Have tree damage from weekend storm? Here's what to do with branches

City landfill accepting branches free of charge

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The entrance of Mitchell City Hall at 612 N. Main St. (Matt Gade / Republic)
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The city of Mitchell landfill, located at 41176 257th St., is accepting tree branches from the Memorial Day weekend storms.

Any tree branches blown over will be taken free of charge from city residents until June 4. City officials say the compost site at 1400 W. Eighth Ave. is also a site to drop off branches.

City workers will not be picking up tree branches from boulevard. Anyone with questions can contact the Mitchell Street and Sanitation Department at 605-996-8465 or the landfill at 605-995-8448.

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