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Corydon Officials Advising Residents on How to Dispose Debris

People cleaning up from yesterday's tornado describe it as organized chaos.
People cleaning up from yesterday's tornado describe it as organized chaos. Today in Corydon, volunteers, county, and state employees cut tree limbs and piled up mounds of debris.

Mayor Philip Brewster says it's important to keep tree limbs and other debris separated from garbage. That way it can be disposed of more easily during an organized burn.

People should also try to not burn brush piles on their own. Corydon has dumpsters set up in several locations around the city.

"Of course with the wind today, it's probably not good to be burning anything," said Mayor Brewster, "but we've got the equipment set up to try to help the citizens to where there shouldn't be any burning. And they can dispose of the debris and everything in an efficient manner."

If anyone has a question about clean up or needs assistance in any area, call the fire department or city hall.
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