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Detroit Lakes yard waste site to be closed starting Wednesday for brush grinding

The site should be open by the weekend, according the Detroit Lakes Public Works Department.

RAKING A YARD
Raking a yard on Willow Street in Detroit Lakes were Detroit Lakes ninth-graders Brock Johnson and Brady Okeson in this Day of Caring file photo.
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DETROIT LAKES — The Detroit Lakes Compost Site off Highway 59 North will close on Wednesday, Sept. 28 for brush pile grinding, and will remain closed until the project is complete. The site should be open by the weekend, according the Detroit Lakes Public Works Department.

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