Lexington Preparing For Incoming Weather

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Updated: 1/15/2013 3:27 pm
Lexington road crews have already prepared streets for the wintry mix that's moving into the area.

"The plan is to be staffed with 24-hour coverage.  We're ready," said Mayor Jim Gray.

Road crews pre-treated trouble spots such as hills, bridges and approaches to stoplights with a mixture of salt brine.

Day shift snow plow drivers will work until 8:00 p.m., when the late shift begins, responding as needed.

The city has an ample supply of road salt.
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