Free wood chips available from storm debris
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- July 10, 2013 - 3:52 PM
Wood chips from trees that came down during the June 21 storm have been ground down to wood chips and are now available free to Minneapolis residents.
The chips will be at four locations by the end of the week through Aug. 2:
Folwell Park parking lot: From the intersection of Dowling Av. N. and Knox. Av. N., the park entrance is east of Knox Av. N. The chips will be in the northwest corner of the lot.
Marshall Terrace neighborhood: The chips will be on the north side of 30th Av. NE just west of Randolph St. NE along the road in a community garden just east of Marshall St. NE
Lake Nokomis parking lot: The lot is off of Lake Nokomis Pkwy between 50th St. E and 22nd Av.. S on the north side of Lake Nokomis. The chips will be in a lakeside parking lot.
Armatage Park parking lot: The lot is on the east side of the 5700 block of Russell Av. S; the chips will be at the south end of the lot near the Dumpster.
Minneapolis Park and Rec said the chips will be available on a first come, first serve basis to Minneapolis residents only.
For more information, go to this Park and Rec page.
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