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Snow crews face limited supplies to battle winter

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By Kristin Beck

Local and state road crews scramble for salt as winter continues to rear its ugly head in Carroll County and across the country.

Carrollton Public Works supervisor Ronnie Knight said Friday that the city was almost completely out of salt after the snow Sunday, Feb. 2. Crews began working at about 3 a.m. Sunday and continued salting and plowing into Monday’s workday, using about 30 tons of salt. The city has three trucks for salting and plowing, and it typically takes about three hours to go over all of the city streets once, Knight said.


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