ALBERT LEA, Minn. (KTTC) -- A little less than a week ago southeast Minnesota was hit with a record breaking snow storm. The storm left cities such as Albert Lea in the dark and with debris from fallen trees.
The city of Albert Lea is accepting brush and tree debris from residents at the Transfer Station and Demolition Landfill off of Main Street.
The debris collection is a free service Albert Lea offers after damaging storms.
Public Works Director Steven Jahnke says residents should not leave storm debris on the street because city crews will not be going door-to-door.
Sunday is the last day the Transfer Station and Demolition Landfill will accept storm-related brush and tree debris.
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