SAN ANGELO, Texas - The City of San Angelo’s Operations Department is setting up three sites for dropping off debris caused by Friday night’s severe weather.
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The sites are at:
- Foster Communications Coliseum, 50 E. 43rd St., north of the former Lake View stadium.
- The parking lot of San Angelo Stadium at the corner of Knickerbocker Road and Johnson Street.
- The Lake Operations maintenance facility at 2301 Fisherman’s Road, near the intersection of Fisherman’s and Knickerbocker roads.
Debris should be placed within the area marked by orange traffic barrels at each site. Tree limbs, brush and other woody debris will be accepted. Metal and trash will not.
The sites will remain open through the weekend.
Watch out for downed or low-hanging power lines. Cleanup crews have encountered many of them.
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