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City and County Move Ahead With Storm Recovery
April 7, 2011
UPDATE

The Shelby County Office of Preparedness continues to coordinate storm damage clean-up efforts throughout Shelby County. Here is today’s status report:

Power Outages 
  • Memphis Light Gas and Water currently has approximately 6,300 customers without power
  • MLGW anticipates having power restored to all customers by Friday
  • Use extreme caution near downed power lines; contact MLGW at (901) 528-4465 to report damaged lines

Tree Limb Removal 
  • Memphis Public Works crews will remove tree limbs at the curb provided they are five feet long or shorter with a diameter of 13 inches or less
  • Private contractors hired by homeowners are responsible for tree limb removal

Assistance
  • The United Methodist Disaster Relief Team is available to help homeowners with tree debris. If you need help, please contact Byron Craine @ 901-292-5515

Traffic Signals
 
  • Traffic signals are still out at many intersections; treat these as Four-Way Stops
  • The signal lights at Austin Peay and Old Brownsville Road were severely damaged and have been set up as a Four- Way Stop until repairs can be completed

Damage estimates have been submitted to the Tennessee Office of Emergency Management for consideration of a disaster declaration due to the growing costs of removing storm debris. At this time, Memphis and Shelby County does not qualify for disaster assistance funds.


Vasco A. Smith, Jr. County Administration Building • (901) 222-2300
160 North Main Street Memphis TN 38103
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