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Terrebonne Parish Update 9-2-2012

Sunday September 02, 2012 04:07 pm - 3580 Views - Posted By Administration
Terrebonne Parish Update 9-2-2012

Terrebonne Parish Update Boil Water Advisory Update: Consolidated Waterworks District #1 Terrebonne Parish has been given authority by The Department of Health and Hospitals, State of Louisiana, to activate the lifting of the Boil Water Advisory on the following portions of Terrebonne Parish: •The area south of North Hollywood Road, to the east of Morrison Ave. to the north of Bayou Terrebonne and the west of the Intracoastal Canal. •The area south of Bayou Terrebonne, east of St. Charles Street and Southdown Mandalay Road and North of Bayou Black and west of the Intracoastal Waterway. EXCEPT for that area along Tunnel Blvd from Levron Street heading west. •The area south of Bayou Black, east of 3303 Hwy 182 and north and west of the Intracoastal Canal. •The entire Bayou Dulagre area, Hwy 315 to the end of the road. •The area east of Dean Court, South of Industrial Blvd and Grand Caillou Road both sides and north of the Dulac Water Tank or 7618 Hwy 57. EXCEPT for the Patriot Point Subdivision and Ellender High School. Points of interest that will not be required to observe the Boil Water Advisory would be: Terrebonne High School, Terrebonne General Medical Center, Main Street Downtown Houma, Old Houma along and around Central Ave and Maple Street Park, Barrios and Mulberry Subdivisions, Summerfield Subdivision east of St Charles/Southdown Mandalay Road, Chabert Medical Center, Gulf Island, Dolphin, La Ship all of Bayou Dularge and all of Dulac north of the Dulac Water Tank Distribution Sites to Close in Terrebonne Parish: The six emergency food and water distribution sites in Terrebonne Parish will cease operations today at 4:00 p.m. and they will not reopen. Normal Garbage Collection: Garbage collection has resumed its normal schedule. Storm Debris Collection: All debris must be brought to the curb; debris removal crews CANNOT enter onto private property; Do NOT place materials in the street where they could impede and endanger the flow of traffic; In order to avoid possible damage, do NOT stack debris on or adjacent to water meters, fire hydrants, power or cable boxes, or mail boxes; TPCG contractors will be making multiple passes/pick ups so there will be ample opportunity to have all of your storm debris collected; there is no need to haul your debris away yourself; Only storm generated debris will be collected; You must sort your storm related debris into separate piles for each of the following categories: •Green Debris (tree limbs, branches, logs, etc.) •Construction and Demolition Debris (carpet, padding, insulation, furniture, wood fencing, sheetrock, flooring, etc.) •Household Hazardous Waste (paints, solvents, chemicals, cleaners, television sets, gas, fuel, etc.) •White Goods (refrigerators, stoves, large appliances, etc.) In order to avoid contaminating other debris streams it is VERY IMPORTANT that household hazardous waste be kept separate from regular household garbage and storm debris. Schools to Reopen: All parish private and public schools are scheduled to reopen on Tuesday September 4, 2012. Miscellaneous: Coteau Baptist Church and the Bayou Baptist Association is offering assistance by providing crews to help with fallen trees. Residents who need this assistance are asked to call the Terrebonne Office of Emergency Preparedness at (985) 873-6357. TRAC is providing tarps to residents. Residents looking to obtain tarps are asked to call the Terrebonne Office of Emergency Preparedness at (985) 873-6357. # # #


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