July 2 storm: Bemidji will be paid for woodchips
BEMIDJI - The hauling of woodchips created from storm debris is not expected to cost the city any money.
Craig Gray, city engineer/public works director, reported Friday that a contractor will pay the city a nominal fee - $100 a truckload - to haul the woodchips from the Rako Street site, once they are complete.
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