Storm debris collection has started in Danbury. The clean up of tree limbs and brush from the May 15th macroburst is being done by AshBritt, in select areas of the City. The contractor will work in compliance with regulations from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, in case a federal disaster declaration is made by the President. If a declaration is made, federal reimbursement for three-quarters of the cost will come through. The area being looked at for possible federal aid is the northern end of the City, around Candlewood Lake. A FEMA monitor will be going around with the contractor to make sure only storm-related debris is collected from the public right of ways. A call went out Thursday July 5th to residents in impacted areas. A part of the Public Works complex will be used to store the debris while it awaits processing.