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City street department to continue curb-to-curb plowing

The city is asking residents to have their cars removed from those areas to be cleared by 7 a.m.

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A snowplow drives down South Minnesota Street clearing it from snow on Friday, Dec. 16, 2022, in Mitchell.
Adam Thury / Mitchell Republic
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MITCHELL — The Mitchell Street and Sanitation Department says it will be working to clear snow and widen the streets to full width in the upcoming weeks.

Starting Monday, Jan. 23, workers will begin on Burr Street east on First Avenue, Fifth Avenue and Seventh Avenue, according to a press release sent Friday morning from the city offices.

Workers will then move to the west side of Main Street between Main and Sanborn and from First Avenue to Seventh Avenue. Next will be Sanborn to Minnesota, between First Avenue and Seventh Avenue. The city is asking residents to have their cars removed from those areas by 7 a.m.

Questions are to be directed to 605-995-8465. The work schedule is subject to change.

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