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Storms leave behind yard trash


LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. -- Storms over the past several weeks have brough heavy rains and a lot of wind gusts.  That means trees have been brought down and limbs have fallen. But, getting rid of that "tree trash" may be more difficult that you might have thought. The City of Lawrenceville provides the following information for yard waste pick up on its website:
Tree limbs, small trees and/or shrubbery must be cut in lengths of 3 feet or less and be placed at the curb. Do not stack near any utility boxes, utility lines or meters. Grass clippings, leaves and small debris:From November 1 – April 30: will be picked up unbagged at the street.From May 1 – October 31: will be picked up at the street in plastic bags not weighing more than 50 pounds.There will be an extra charge for 10 or more bags of leaves and/or household garbage per week.

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