In the aftermath of a recent storm, the public works team has been at work, not only clearing up the debris but also focusing on internal projects aimed at enhancing their work environment.
Storm Cleanup Efforts
The cleanup involved clearing debris, ensuring safe pathways, and addressing any issues that arose due to the adverse weather conditions.
The public works team has been actively involved in various projects and initiatives, including:
- Beach Week Planning: The team has started planning for beach week, ensuring that the community’s recreational areas are prepared for residents and visitors.
- Easement Correction Meeting: A meeting with Capital Projects Manager Bob Panek addressed an easement that requires correction.
- Mason Christmas Décor Removal: The completion of the removal of Christmas decorations from Mason.
- Public Works Shop Renovation: Ongoing renovations at the public works shop.
- Work Order Completion: Several work orders have been successfully completed.
- Beach Maintenance: Clearing sand from the fishing pier, south gutters at the bathhouse, wheelchair ramp, and steps ensures a safe and enjoyable beach experience for residents and visitors.
- Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance: General maintenance and upkeep of public works vehicles.
Normal operations, including brush and yard debris pickups, trash collections, and residential trash can maintenance, continue seamlessly. Six truckloads of brush were taken for recycling, amounting to approximately 1020 cubic yards.
Residential Trash Can Services
Public Works facilitated the delivery, pickup, swapping, and repair of cans, ensuring the community’s waste management needs were met.