COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) - The City of Columbus is extending the suspension of the Tree for Fee service to allow more time to clear debris from recent storms.
Mayor Skip Henderson said the city is extending indefinable its moratorium of the service after tornadoes caused widespread damage in the city. The deadline was originally April 4 where citizens with downed trees could place the trees and debris on the curb without charge.
The moratorium will only be subject to a defined area. The mayor said they will release a map of the area on the city’s website on Wednesday.
Residents can also call 311 to see if their home is within the defined area.