Monday’s storm caused quite a bit of damage in Sulphur Springs. It’s kept the city of Sulphur Springs and its’ residents hopping. City Manager Marc Maxwell said as of Wednesday morning city crews are continuing to remove debris from streets and roadways and removing for disposal. Crews are also restoring the roof at the Municipal Airport.
According to Maxwell both fuel trucks at the airport are destroyed. The tanks were not destroyed but the truck chasis sustained the damage. He said they will have one month free use of a fuel truck for refueling planes at the airport. Straightline winds also blew out windows on city vehicles.
The spring clean up debris location is open east of Flowserve, according to Maxwell. He stress the location is only available for green waste and open only to city residents. He said the waste would be burned this summer in a pit burner.
Maxwell stated he is very pleased with the work of all city employees in this clean up and repair effort.