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Fall clean-up week in East Grand Forks

EAST GRAND FORKS, MINN. - It's fall clean-up week in East Grand Forks and residents have a chance to get rid of their bulkier trash. The city will be collecting bigger items this week, all residents have to do is leave the items on their berm, an...

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EAST GRAND FORKS, MINN. - It's fall clean-up week in East Grand Forks and residents have a chance to get rid of their bulkier trash.

The city will be collecting bigger items this week, all residents have to do is leave the items on their berm, and away from trees and mailboxes, so they don’t have to worry about damaging anything.

The public Works Director says residents should not throw out items like glass, construction debris, hazardous waste, or electronics, but other than that, just about anything goes.

But outside of those, just about anything goes.

"I think maybe the most unique I've seen this year is a jetski in somebody's yard. Other than that, nothing too big,” East Grand Forks Public Works Director Jason Stordahl said.

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As for those items you can’t throw away during cleanup week--the city will collect them for free on Saturday at the East Grand Forks public works building from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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