The days of debris are almost over at Tulsa's Johnson Park at 61st and Riverside. Tree limbs from December's ice storm are no longer being hauled to the park for processing.
The city expects to finish mulching and hauling sometime next week. After that, they'll get to work restoring the park.
The city has picked up enough debris since January to cover 380 football fields with a layer three feet deep.
Getting rid of it all has cost the city more than $12 million. FEMA is expected to reimburse most of that.
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