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City garbage pick-up date change for Memorial Day

City of Bemidji residential refuse customers who are normally picked up on Monday, May 30, will be picked up on Tuesday, May 31, because of the Memorial Day holiday.

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BEMIDJI -- City of Bemidji residential refuse customers who are normally picked up on Monday, May 30, will be picked up on Tuesday, May 31, because of the Memorial Day holiday. Other city, county and federal offices also will be closed.

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