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Nick Kirby, left, and Carlen Easley of Colbert County Household Garbage Department use a new truck on Monday during their brush route off Waterloo Road in Russellville. [DAN BUSEY/TIMESDAILY]

TUSCUMBIA — Jake Flannigan said he's optimistic the Colbert County Household Garbage Department has the tools to remove brush and other debris placed at the curb outside county residences.

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