More than 800 tree stumps that were knocked over in the June 21 storm in Minneapolis will be extracted over the next month or so.
St. Paul’s forestry staff have completed their cleanup effort three and a half weeks after storms knocked down hundreds of trees in the city. According to city officials, the storms on June 21-22 contributed to the fall of more than 500 public trees and numerous private ones. Mayor Chris Coleman applauded city crews for their arduous work.
Ten days after a summer storm socked the Twin Cities, cleanup crews are making the rounds.
Two tree debris drop-off sites that were made available to citizens following last weekend’s destructive storms will stop accepting public debris this weekend.