Ogden residents pitch in to clear storm debris in city parks

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From left, Asher Carroll, 12, rakes leaves with his brother Abram and his mother, Amanda Carroll, and his sister, Isabel, during a cleanup at Historic Eccles Park in Ogden on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Ogden hosted a city beautification day on Monday, selecting nine parks for this effort as the community continues to work together to help collect and dispose of the massive amount of tree debris that resulted from last week’s wind event.

From left, Asher Carroll, 12, rakes leaves with his brother Abram and his mother, Amanda Carroll, and his sister, Isabel, during a cleanup at Historic Eccles Park in Ogden on Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Ogden hosted a city beautification day on Monday, selecting nine parks for this effort as the community continues to work together to help collect and dispose of the massive amount of tree debris that resulted from last week’s wind event. | Yukai Peng, Deseret News

From left, Asher Carroll, 12, rakes leaves with his brother, Abram, and his mother, Amanda Carroll, and his sister, Isabel, during a cleanup at Historic Eccles Park in Ogden on Monday. Ogden hosted a city beautification day on Monday, selecting nine parks for this effort as the community continues to work together to help collect and dispose of the massive amount of tree debris that resulted from last week’s wind event. Mayor Mike Caldwell and other city staff members joined the work to restore neighborhoods suffering storm damage.

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