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Moline Announces Storm Cleanup Plan

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In an effort to assist resident's cleanup efforts following Monday's storms, Mayor Scott Raes announces that the City of Moline will provide tree and branch removal at no charge to all Moline residential properties.

To take advantage of this free service, all trees and branches must be placed behind the curb and/or off the edge of pavement in front of the residence in pieces that are no longer than 7 foot in length.

City crews will not go onto private property to cut up or remove private trees.

Trees and debris shall not be placed on the street itself or in parking lanes.

To place your collection on the Public Works schedule, the city asks residents to call the Public Works Tree Removal Hot Line at 309 / 524-2407 after placing your debris at the curb. Please leave complete information including your name, address, and phone number.

Tree removal will begin as soon as all City Streets have been reopened and shall continue through Friday, July 5th.

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