DETROIT – A plan is in place to pick up all the trash left behind by Mother Nature as Detroit Public Works Department crews clean up the mess.
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Detroit mayor Mike Duggan discussed the city’s expanded efforts to pick up debris in front of homes and remove damaged items from flooded basements Thursday. It’s a large job, which is why he said crews are working longer and want to hear from impacted residents.
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