The city of Lawrenceburg announced Thursday that it will have a truck at the city maintenance garage from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday to accept debris from this week's storm.
The collection site is available to any private citizen who lives within the city limits said Mayor Edwinna Baker.
Contractors generally have their own sites for the debris, but private citizens are welcome to bring downed trees and tree limbs to the garage, which is located on Highway 44 behind Capital Family Physicians.
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