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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, January 09, 2007

Storm Debris Drop-off Continues Through Jan. 28

Free storm debris drop-off extended. The City of Bellevue has extended by two weeks a free drop-off service for storm debris. Residents can take debris from last month's wind storm to Pacific Topsoils at 1733 127th NE through Sunday, Jan. 28.

Only one load per household up to nine cubic yards will be accepted. No commercial or landscaping contractor loads will be accepted. Residents will need to fill out a short form and show proof of Bellevue residency, such as a driver’s license or utility bill with a Bellevue address. See details on what to do with storm debris.

Since Dec. 22, when debris drop-off began, more than 800 Bellevue households have taken 2,041 cubic yards of storm debris to Pacific Topsoils.

 

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