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Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Louisiana...arkansas... Bayou Dorcheat Near Springhill Affecting Webster And Columbia Parishes. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:57pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Columbia

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Arkansas... Ouachita River At Felsenthal Lock And Dam Affecting Union And Ashley Counties. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:56pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Ashley; Union

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Arkansas... Ouachita River At Thatcher L&d Affecting Bradley, Union And Calhoun Counties. ...the Flood Warning Remains In Effect... The Flood Warning Continues For ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:55pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 1:00pmTarget Area: Bradley; Calhoun; Union

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Louisiana... Bodcau Bayou At Bayou Bodcau Lake Affecting Webster And Bossier Parishes. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:58pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Bossier; Webster

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Louisiana...arkansas... Bayou Dorcheat Near Springhill Affecting Webster And Columbia Parishes. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:57pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Webster

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Louisiana...texas... Calcasieu River Near Glenmora Sabine River Near Deweyville For The Calcasieu River...including Glenmora, Oakdale, Oberlin, Kinder, Sam Houston Jones State Park, White Oak Park, Salt Water ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:51pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Beauregard; Calcasieu

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Louisiana...texas... Calcasieu River Near Glenmora Sabine River Near Deweyville For The Calcasieu River...including Glenmora, Oakdale, Oberlin, Kinder, Sam Houston Jones State Park, White Oak Park, Salt Water ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:51pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Rapides

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In North Carolina...south Carolina... Lumber River Near Lumberton Affecting Robeson County. Little Pee Dee River At Galivants Ferry Affecting Horry And Marion Counties. For The Lumber River...including Lumberton Usgs Gage, Nichols, ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 7:39pmExpires: January 25, 2021 at 1:00pmTarget Area: Robeson

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In North Carolina...south Carolina... Lumber River Near Lumberton Affecting Robeson County. Little Pee Dee River At Galivants Ferry Affecting Horry And Marion Counties. For The Lumber River...including Lumberton Usgs Gage, Nichols, ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 7:39pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Horry; Marion

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Is Extended For The Following Rivers In Texas... Neches River Near Diboll Affecting Tyler, Houston, Angelina, Polk And Trinity Counties. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:56pmExpires: January 25, 2021 at 12:00pmTarget Area: Angelina; Houston; Polk; Trinity; Tyler

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Is Extended For The Following Rivers In Texas... Neches River Near Neches Affecting Cherokee, Houston And Anderson Counties. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:55pmExpires: January 29, 2021 at 12:00amTarget Area: Anderson; Cherokee; Houston

Flood Warning
...the Flood Warning Continues For The Following Rivers In Louisiana...texas... Calcasieu River Near Glenmora Sabine River Near Deweyville For The Calcasieu River...including Glenmora, Oakdale, Oberlin, Kinder, Sam Houston Jones State Park, White Oak Park, Salt Water ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 6:51pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 7:00pmTarget Area: Newton; Orange

Winter Storm Warning
...winter Storm Warning In Effect Until Midnight Akst Tonight... * What...heavy Wet Snow. Additional Snow Accumulations Of 1 To 2 Inches On Top Of The 2 To 4 Inches That Have Already Fallen For A Storm Total Of 4 To 8 Inches. * Where...juneau Area. * When...until Midnight Akst Tonight. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 7:30pmExpires: January 24, 2021 at 12:00amTarget Area: Juneau Borough and Northern Admiralty Island

Winter Storm Warning
...winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect From 10 Pm Sunday To 10 Pm Pst Monday... * What...total Snow Accumulations Of 6 To 12 Inches Expected Above 3,000 Feet. Snowfall Of 2 To 6 Inches From 2,000 Feet To 3,000 Feet. Winds Gusting As High As 65 Mph. * Where...lake Isabella, Tehachapi Area And Fort Tejon Counties. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 9:21pmExpires: January 25, 2021 at 10:00pmTarget Area: Fort Tejon; Lake Isabella; Tehachapi Area

Winter Storm Warning
...winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until 10 Pm Pst This Evening... ...winter Weather Advisory In Effect From 9 Pm Sunday To 4 Am Pst Tuesday... * What...for The Winter Storm Warning, Heavy Snow. Additional Snow Accumulations Of Up To One Inch. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 1:46pmExpires: January 23, 2021 at 10:00pmTarget Area: Southern Lander County and Southern Eureka County

Winter Storm Warning
...winter Storm Warning Now In Effect For Snowy And Sierra Madre Ranges Through Early Sunday Morning... ...winter Storm Warning Remains In Effect Until 5 Am Mst Sunday... * What...heavy Snow Expected. 3 To 5 Inches Of Snowfall Recorded. Expecting An Additional 3 To 5 Inches Of Snow Accumulation, Locally Higher Depending On Elevation. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 10:29amExpires: January 24, 2021 at 5:00amTarget Area: Central Carbon County; Ferris, Seminoe, Shirley Mountains; Sierra Madre Range; Snowy Range

High Wind Warning
...high Wind Warning Remains In Effect From Midnight Sunday Night To Midnight Pst Monday Night... * What...west Winds 35 To 45 Mph With Gusts Up To 75 Mph Expected. Strongest Just Below The Passes, Especially Around Mojave. * Where...indian Wells Valley And Kern County Desert. ...Read More.
Effective: January 23, 2021 at 9:08pmExpires: January 26, 2021 at 12:00amTarget Area: Indian Wells Valley; Kern County Desert

Testimonials

SDR recently performed disaster recovery services for SCDOT. These services included the collection, hauling, reduction, recycling, and disposal of vegetative and construction and demolition debris. Services also included acquisition, preparation, management, and restoration of temporary debris management sites.

David Cook
Director of SCDOT Maintenance – South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT)

Mr. Al,

I wanted to take this opportunity to express to you, the gratitude that we have for SDR, during our recent disaster Hurricane Matthew. At this point all operation are complete. I realize times really got hard in the beginning trying to send everyone that needed to be placed in different locations. Especially, having to work with the State DOT Contract as well. I personally found it to be easier as time went on. When someone would call and tell me about a state road, I knew who the contact person was and this would take some of the burden off our DOT here in Hampton. Hampton is very small staffed and they were doing all they could. It was a mutual relationship between all parties, if they got a call on county roads they did the same thing.

Robert, ran a very tough shift here. He was in and out of the Emergency Operations Center. He kept Blake Hodge and myself updated each day with a visit or a phone call. In the event we were not here, he would speak to the Emergency Services Director or the County Adminstrator. I could not have asked for better representation for SDR. Mr. Al, Robert has truly worked hard, I would ride by the location where they were staying and see him with his papers giving orders for the next day. I was very pleased with Robert as was Hampton County. His manners and respect he has for people will carry him a long way in life. Thank you for all that was done here in our County. I sure hope we don’t have to do this anytime soon.

Susanne D. Peeples
Hampton County EM, Director

The debris removal project as a result of Hurricane Matthew was widespread throughout Beaufort County, NC, however, overall debris quantities were small to medium in size.  Your company representative and sub-contractor representative worked smoothly with our self monitoring team and accomplished the debris removal task with professionalism.  The monitors and debris removal supervisor have nothing but respect for the team you sent to Beaufort County.  We thank you for your get-it-done approach to this Type 2 event.  We feel very secure with  SDR being our debris removal contractor moving into the future after this outstanding demonstration of coordination and effort.  I also want to add that the Beaufort County NCDOT personnel are very pleased with the way  SDR removed the debris from their right-of-way throughout all 927 square miles of Beaufort County.

John W. Pack
Jr- Director of Beaufort County Emergency Services

In February 2014, much of the State of South Carolina was covered in a thick layer of ice, bringing down trees and power lines causing major disruption of services to residents. Aiken County was the hardest hit of the 22 counties that received federal disaster declarations, with our total cost of clean-up and recovery exceeding $30 million. Thankfully, due to our efforts to have  SDR under contract, we were able to put [them] to work within hours after the storm passed. Your assistance in clearing roads enabled us to open lanes for emergency vehicles and utility trucks to get to citizens if needed. Further, after the initial “push” operation, the major task of collecting and disposing of the more than 1.5 million cubic yards of debris was done in a most efficient and professional manner. The crews and equipment [ SDR ] brought to bear on this project enabled us to recover from this disaster much faster than we could have ever believed would have been possible. Additionally, [their]  familiarity with FEMA procedures and practices enabled us to get answers to cost recovery questions quickly and accurately. [Their] knowledge of FEMA’s approach to such matters made navigating that part of the recovery, while not without its challenges, much easier than it would have been otherwise. SDR made a disastrous situation manageable and [their] work was exemplary.

J.Clay Killian
County Administrator
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