North Minneapolis sidewalk repairs complete

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Five months after a tornado ripped through north Minneapolis, officials say they’ve repaired about 1,600 sidewalk panels damaged by the storm. A Public Works department survey found that around 600 feet of curb were also damaged by the tornado and needed to be replaced. Most of the sidewalk and curb damage was caused by uprooted trees.

The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board first had to remove tree stumps and roots before city crews could repair the broken sidewalks.

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