Biloxi Debris Collected Since Katrina An Almost
From: City of Biloxi Vincent Creel
City debris czar Jonathan Kiser reported Tuesday that more than 2.92
million cubic yards of storm debris – enough to cover a football field and
stand more than 137 stories high – has now been removed from the city.
That amount, Kiser reports at the 20-month mark, represents 98 percent of
the amount of debris estimated to be left in Hurricane Katrina’s wake.
The photo right from Sept. 2005, shows a small portion of the debris
from destroyed homes near Biloxi's Iberville Drive a few days after
Katrina hit, and down the street from GCN's headquarters. There is a
street somewhere under the debris.
To see a breakdown on the debris,