A number of municipalities in mid-Michigan will pick up tree limbs downed during the recent ice storm.
The cities of Lansing and East Lansing as well as Meridian Township are asking residents to cut tree limbs into pieces no longer than four feet long. In Lansing, people can also take storm debris to a drop-off site in Washington Park, located at 2700 S. Washington Avenue.
In Meridian Township, residents may drop off their debris at Wonch Park at 4555 Okemos Road and at Nancy L. Moore Park at 2100 Gaylord C. Smith Court.
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