Greenville Public Works November Report


With the City of Greenville accumulating its largest pile of leaves ever, it comes as no surprise that the Public Works Department spent a lot of time vacuuming leaves in November.

The monthly report shows 287 man hours were spent on leaf pickup. Employees worked some overtime to catch up.

In addition, crews spent 164 man hours on mowing; weed, brush and tree trimming, and brush pickup and removal.

Time spent on vehicle maintenance totaled 75 hours.

Nearly 49 hours were spent on banner and flag maintenance plus Christmas lights.

Nineteen hours were needed for water meter repairs.

Nearly 14 hours were worked on city beautification and flower pot maintenance.

The street sweeper was in use 32 hours during November.

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