Workers clear debris from a large oak tree that went down during the recent winter storms on the Capitol grounds in downtown Raleigh on March 2, 2015. Facing thousands of piles of fallen trees and other storm debris, the city of Raleigh will bring in a contractor to canvas residential streets, picking up the debris from any curb where it’s found.
Workers clear debris from a large oak tree that went down during the recent winter storms on the Capitol grounds in downtown Raleigh on March 2, 2015. Facing thousands of piles of fallen trees and other storm debris, the city of Raleigh will bring in a contractor to canvas residential streets, picking up the debris from any curb where it’s found. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Workers clear debris from a large oak tree that went down during the recent winter storms on the Capitol grounds in downtown Raleigh on March 2, 2015. Facing thousands of piles of fallen trees and other storm debris, the city of Raleigh will bring in a contractor to canvas residential streets, picking up the debris from any curb where it’s found. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Raleigh will pick up all storm debris for free

March 19, 2015 5:06 PM

More Videos

  • Finding money for affordable housing in Wake County

    Wake County Commissioner Jessica Holmes said it will be a priority to find the money to pay for the newly adopted 20-year affordable housing plan.