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Washington Looks to Balance Debris Responsibility

WASHINGTON - The city of Washington is calling for more responsibility by insurance companies for recovery efforts.
WASHINGTON - The city of Washington is calling for more responsibility by insurance companies for recovery efforts.
Homeowners are urged to contact insurance providers regarding debris removal and clear as much as possible and as quickly as possible. No debris should be moved to the public right of way. City Administrator Tim Gleason says exceptions are large appliances, chemicals and vegetated debris. Crews will remove items starting on Saturday.
The city administrator says removal has been smooth so far.
"It's very successful.  I mean am I satisfied? No. But it's been very successful, trying to strike a balance of satisfying residents’ needs, trying to satisfy needs for utility companies that have just done an amazing job - all of them. And just trying to strike balance between responsibility of city and responsibility of insurance companies,” he said.
Also, the city's scheduled monthly siren test will not take place next Tuesday.
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