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'Burn the Leaves' event produces burning smell around Bemidji

The annual "Burn the Leaves" event at the Waste management Inc. demolition pit, 2331 N. Plantagenet Drive S.E., is responsible for the burning smell circulating around Bemidji. No garbage is being burned, but vegetation will be burned for 2-3 wee...

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The annual "Burn the Leaves" event at the Waste management Inc. demolition pit, 2331 N. Plantagenet Drive S.E., is responsible for the burning smell circulating around Bemidji. No garbage is being burned, but vegetation will be burned for 2-3 weeks, in accordance with Waste Management plans. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

The annual "Burn the Leaves" event at the Waste management Inc. demolition pit, 2331 N. Plantagenet Drive S.E., is responsible for the burning smell circulating around Bemidji. No garbage is being burned, but vegetation will be burned for 2-3 weeks, in accordance with Waste Management plans. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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