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And The Fire Cleanup Begins: Fire Damaged Bulky Items

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Beginning today, Bureau of Sanitation will be traveling through neighborhoods damaged by the fire to pick up large and fire damaged bulky items from the front curb of people's homes. The city asks if homeowners need special assistance or have any questions please call 3-1-1 and ask for the Bureau of Sanitation.