Chattooga County Commissioner Jason Winters told AM 1180 on Friday that the county will be setting up remote chipper sites for residents affected by the tornado of last weekend.  Two sites in the hardest hit areas of the county will allow residents a place to bring limbs and trees to be chipped by the county. 

Winters said that in the Cloudland area the remote chipper site would be set up on Gilreath Mill Road on the property of Tommy Chadwick and in the Teloga community, Sammy Lee has agreed to let the county use some property for a remote chipper site.

Winters said this along with the extended time for county residents to burn will make it more convenient for property owners cleaning up after the storm.