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Fall cleanup week in East Grand Forks set to begin Monday, Oct. 3

A hazardous waste and electronic drop off will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Public Works located at 1001 2nd St NE on Saturday, Oct. 8

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A water tower in East Grand Forks, Minn. (Grand Forks Herald photo)
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EAST GRAND FORKS — Residential fall cleanup is scheduled next week from Monday, Oct. 3, through Friday, Oct. 7, with a electronic and hazardous waste drop off on Saturday, Oct. 8.

Residents will need to have their items out and ready to picked up on the same day as garbage pickup. Glass and construction debris will not be accepted for berm pickup.

The hazardous waste and electronic drop off will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at public works located at 1001 2nd St NE. Questions can be directed to Public Works at (218) 773-1313.

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Meghan Arbegast grew up in Security-Widefield, Colorado. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from North Dakota State University in Fargo, in 2021.

Arbegast wrote for The Spectrum, NDSU's student newspaper, for three years and was Head News Editor for two years. She was an intern with University Relations her last two semesters of college.

Arbegast covers news pertaining to the city of Grand Forks/East Grand Forks including city hall coverage.

Readers can reach Arbegast at 719-235-8640 or MArbegast@gfherald.com.

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