City salting hilly roads first
Mayor Ronnie Erwin said Sunday morning that he is working on getting the side roads salted as soon as possible.
First priority are roads which have hills, he said. He and Alderman Dennis Waldron were out Sunday morning looking at the roads, he noted.
There was a fire Saturday night and the city used its sand and salt reserve on the roads so that the fire trucks could get to the fire, the Mayor said.
Crews are starting out at noon on Sunday and working on the most dangerous roads, according to Street Department supervisor Garry Riddle.
The Mayor wants everyone to be careful and make it to their destination safely. If you don’t have to be out, please stay at home until the roads are in better condition, he said.
He wants to thank all of those citizens who have written into the webmaster on this site and have given us information as to which roads are bad. The information has been given to Riddle and they will make an attempt to get to as many roads as possible.
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From the Desk of Mayor Ronnie Erwin:
City personal are working diligently to clear the roadway of ice and snow as quickly as possible.
City personal are working on getting the side roads salted as soon as possible. First priority are roads which have hills.
Additional updates will be provided on this site and Channel 4 as they become available.
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