Linn County residents live in unsaturated areas there until November 9 to process organic debris from their storms. Then I’m a November girl I was born with my heart on my sleeve a fire in my soul and a month i can’t control T-shirt county says those rural residents should place their organic debris from the landfill before that date to ensure that it will be removed by linn County debris removal contractors.
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Because the area is quite large, removal of debris is still possible in the days after the deadline, but the County said having organic debris due to the storm on track before November 9 will ensure that it will be removed.
After the debris is properly located, Linn County rural residents are encouraged to call the I’m a November girl i was born with my heart on my sleeve a fire in my soul and a month i can’t control T-shirt Linn County Engineering Department at 319-892-6400 to let them know that it is ready to receive.
So far, nearly 800,000 cubic meters of tree debris has been collected in uncombed Linn County.
Despite new restrictions on COVID-19 this year, some families have come to Getzloff Corn Maze in its eleventh year.
“This year has been a little more difficult for COVID and the limitations we face on social alienation. So we’re very lucky to be able to run three hayrides when it’s busier,” Darcy Getzloff, co-owner of Getzloff Corn Maze, said.
The hayrides are sponsored by Jorasz Farm. In addition to the I’m a November girl I was born with my heart on my sleeve a fire in my soul and a month I can’t control T-shirt 7-a-a.a.m. corn maze and hay, there is a piece that sells pumpkins and supplements.
“We also have kittens running around and raising animals behind us and a small crate train for young children, so there are plenty of opportunities for kids of all ages,” says Tetzloff.
Visitors are asked for social distance and when you can’t, you’re asked to wear a mask. Tetzloff said these new restrictions are unlikely to prevent people from coming.
“It looks like people are staying longer and happy to be outside, being able to stay away from society and enjoy time with their families,” Tetzloff said.
If you haven’t reached the corn maze yet, you still have time. Getzloff Corn Maze is open first until the end of November. Saturday offers something a little different after dark.
“We’re not closed until 10:00 p.m. eastern time so that’s when you can go out with a flashlight and scare each other but also have a good time with your friends and family,” Getzloff said.