City crews picking up limbs and other storm debris from last week's ice storm are working their way through Fayette and Madison counties.
In Fayette County, crews were working the Clays Mills corridor Tuesday. They anticipate completing that area by Thursday, and will then move on to the Nicholasville Road corridor.
The crews are working through the city in order of garbage pick-up day.
Richmond has designated a tree disposal site at 805 Red House Road, across from Madison Hill Boulevard. The site is for the disposal of tree debris from the storm located within the city limits of Richmond only. No trash will be allowed. Drop-off hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday.
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Madison County residents outside of Richmond may stack their yard debris beside county right-of-way lines or their property lines for county disposal. Debris pick-up will begin Thursday, barring more bad weather.
Other debris dropoff points, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday:
Kingston: the midpoint on Crooksville Rd. between U.S. 25 and Ky. 421.
Wilgreen Lake area: by the boat dock.
Northern Madison County: White Hall Lane at the last gate before entering the state park shrine.