Today’s report: A debris milestone, safety and COVID-19

Hurricane Zeta debris removal crews reached a milestone over the weekend: More than half of the estimated 200,000 cubic yards of debris have been removed from neighborhoods across the city.

That’s the headline in today’s report, but you’ll also learn about kitchen safety for this Thanksgiving, holiday shopping safety tips as Black Friday approaches, and there’s the COVID-19 numbers: Nearly 700 new cases statewide.
Facebook: See today’s report
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See the overall tracking chart
See the daily comparison chart
See the Harrison County 14-day chart
Mask Up, Biloxi (face covering required): Print your own sign (8.5 x 11)
See the White House and City Hall COVID-19 plans

News & notes: Reports, replays, rubbish, and Jack

What’s up: For a look at the activity of key departments — Police, Fire, Community Development, Public Works and Engineering — see the Weekly Reports, click here.

Council replay: The Biloxi City Council does not meet this week, but you can see replays of previous City Council meetings by clicking here.

Council meeting: The next scheduled meeting for the Biloxi City Council it Tuesday, Dec. 1 at 6 p.m. To see the agenda and supporting documents, click here.

Trash talkin’: Trash, garbage and recycling pickups scheduled for Thursday, Thanksgiving Day, will take place on Friday; Friday pickups will be occur Saturday.

Meet Jack: Did you know Jack, the Biloxi Fire Dog, has his own trading card? Well, he does and he and Fire Chief Boney will be at the Lopez-Quave Public Safety Center, 170 Porter Ave., on Tuesday from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. to meet with the public and pass out his introductory trading card. To see more about Jack, click here.