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State denies salt requests

March 1, 2014

The City of Warren’s road salt supplies are at critical levels, according to Mike Holtz, director of Public Works and Nancy Freenock, city manager....

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WarrenGal

Mar-03-14 12:14 PM

"no salt for you!"

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Heydrich

Mar-03-14 9:37 AM

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Heydrich

Mar-01-14 12:59 PM

Frankly, if they would stop WASTING IT, there would be no problem. Why are perfectly flat dead end streets or side streets with minimal speed limits turned into sandboxes? Seriously, the vast majority of the time, streets like that simply need plowed with no salt or anti-skid applied. Additionally, you will save massive amounts of wear and tear on the street sweeper when spring arrives, then the taxpayers won't have to listen to all the whining and crying when the new street sweeper wears out prematurely AGAIN.

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reader

Mar-01-14 12:18 PM

i see in todays paper salt supplies are going to harrisburg, allentown, and philadelphia areas for a probable upcoming storm which is why warren is being declined.

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