Monona extends storm debris cleanup through at least July 8

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MONONA, Wis. — The City of Monona is giving some residents more time to clean up debris left by storms earlier this month.

City officials said that crews have already completed cleanup in neighborhoods north of Nichols Road, but there is still a “significant amount” of debris that hasn’t been picked up.

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Officials had previously said debris collection would wrap up on July 1. Now, cleanup won’t conclude until at least July 8. Even that date is tentative and may need to be extended if there are still streets that need to be collected. Piles of all sizes will be collected.

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