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Tornado-damaged sidewalks, curbs repaired in north Minneapolis

Crews have completed repairing city streets that sustained damage in the May storm. Around 1,600 sidewalk panels and 600 feet of street curb were replaced. In total, the repairs cost a little over $2 million.
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Crews have completed repairing city streets that sustained damage in the May storm. Around 1,600 sidewalk panels and 600 feet of street curb were replaced. In total, the repairs cost a little over $2 million.

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