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Colorado Snowstorm Aftermath: What To Do With All Those Broken Branches!?

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Many across the Denver metro area are cleaning up fallen branches. If you live in Denver getting rid of fallen branches is easy. Jefferson County will soon be opening SLASH Collection Centers. The first one will be at Beaver Ranch Park on June 2nd-5th. The City of Arvada is trying to open locations to drop of branches as well.
1 month ago·Colorado Springs, United States

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Colorado Snowstorm Aftermath: What To Do With All Those Broken Branches!?

Denver metro are residents saw tree branches fall under the weight of heavy snow, and now the cleanup begins.

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What to do with fallen tree branches following late-season winter storm

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) -- Colorado Springs Utilities is giving some advice about to do with fallen tree branches in light of late-season winter storm that caused damage across Southern Colorado. First and foremost, if a fallen tree is touching a power line, Springs Utilities is asking the community to not touch the tree or

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