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The original item was published from 6/8/2023 1:56:00 PM to 6/8/2023 3:14:28 PM.
Posted on: June 8, 2023
[ARCHIVED] Concrete piles on Estero Boulevard are being picked up by Lee County
Concrete piles on Estero Boulevard are being picked up by Lee County
We are grateful to the Lee Board of County Commissioners and particularly Commissioner Ray Sandelli for the decision to perform a “last pass” pick up of any currently existing concrete debris piles on Estero Boulevard that have been left there by private property contractors/owners.
Lee County’s debris vendor CrowderGulf already has begun making a single pass along Estero Boulevard to pick up the existing piles. Inspectors are monitoring the collection and confirming present street conditions.
PLEASE NOTE that no more debris can be pushed curbside on Estero Boulevard or on the Town’s side streets for pick up.
The free programs that were operating by Lee County on Estero and by the State on the Town’s side streets have ended. Any piles that are pushed curbside from now on are the responsibility of the property owner and subject to code violation actions.
Below are the links to the board meeting and the agenda item where the Commissioners amended the contract with Crowder Gulf to add concrete removal services for rights of way, including Estero Boulevard, to protect the health and safety of the general public.
Fast forward in to 1 hour and 36 minutes.
go to Tuesday, June 6, and click on the online agenda. It’s Administrative Agenda Item 8.