Yahoo Weather

You are here

Burning branches begins in Greenwood

<p>PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY</p><p>The City of Greenwood began burning the ice storm debris last Thursday. According to Joe Manes of the Greenwood Street Department, the City has 120 days to burn all of the debris collected from the citizens of Greenwood. “We plan to burn 24 hours a day from Monday through Saturday until it is all gone,” Manes reports. “While one pile is burning, we will be stacking another one.” The Greenwood Police Department Mobile Command Center has been set up on site and will be manned in eight hour shifts.</p>

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

The City of Greenwood began burning the ice storm debris last Thursday. According to Joe Manes of the Greenwood Street Department, the City has 120 days to burn all of the debris collected from the citizens of Greenwood. “We plan to burn 24 hours a day from Monday through Saturday until it is all gone,” Manes reports. “While one pile is burning, we will be stacking another one.” The Greenwood Police Department Mobile Command Center has been set up on site and will be manned in eight hour shifts.

PHOTO BY MICHAEL STROMLEY

The City of Greenwood began burning the ice storm debris last Thursday. According to Joe Manes of the Greenwood Street Department, the City has 120 days to burn all of the debris collected from the citizens of Greenwood. “We plan to burn 24 hours a day from Monday through Saturday until it is all gone,” Manes reports. “While one pile is burning, we will be stacking another one.” The Greenwood Police Department Mobile Command Center has been set up on site and will be manned in eight hour shifts.