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'Tis the season, Minneapolis. Fall street sweeping starts next week

City street cleaners will begin a four week process Tuesday to sweep nearly 1,100 miles of Minneapolis' roads. The Minnesota Daily reports the city plans to make 3,500 automated calls per day and post "no parking" signs 24 hours prior to cleaning to warn local residents to not park on the street.
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City street cleaners will begin a four week process Tuesday to sweep nearly 1,100 miles of Minneapolis' roads. The Minnesota Daily reports the city plans to make 3,500 automated calls per day and post "no parking" signs 24 hours prior to cleaning to warn local residents to not park on the street.

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