As cleanup efforts continue from last Thursday's storm, the City of Duluth is offering drop off and pick up options for storm debris. In the latest update from the City of Duluth's Summer Storm Response and Restoration posting, here are recommended options for getting rid of tree branches and other debris:
Drop Off Site
On Rice Lake Road across from Marshall School - Open 8 am to 6 pm through the week of July 25...
In a press conference at the Public Safety Building in Duluth, representatives from the City of Duluth, St. Louis County, and Minnesota Power updated the public on a number of things, including progress in restoring power.
While it was technically the last day of spring, sweltering summer-like heat and humidity spawned a line of severe thunderstorms that dropped hail reportedly as large as baseballs in some areas of Northern Minnesota and produced a couple tornado warnings - one in the Brainerd area and the other near Grand Rapids.
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