After six weeks on the streets, Hannibal's curbside pick-up ended Monday. Residents were asked to place all flood-related debris at the curb or inside public dumpsters. Marion County has assisted Hannibal with the cleanup in these flood impacted areas for the last month.
KHQA spoke with Bob Stevenson, the general manger of Hannibal's Board of Public Works. He says the company's spent more than $25,000 unloading dumpsters. The city is expected to foot half the bill.