The city of Wauwatosa will pick up flood-damaged items "as soon as possible," according to a news release this morning.
Residents should place flood-damaged items on the curb for pickup. The news release says pick-ups likely will not be immediate, since Wauwatosa has two dump trucks for the entire city.
Residents should report flood damage to the city's Public Works Department, (414) 471-8422.
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