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Winter Storm Was Inconvenient, But The City ‘Dodged The Bullet’

Water Valley Street Superintendent Michael Scroggins signals to the backhoe operator last Wednesday as city crews worked to clear ice and snow piled up on the curb after Main Street was graded. The cleanup effort in the city started last Monday and continued for a week. – Photo by David Howell

WATER VALLEY – The two-punch winter storm that brought ice Sunday night and Monday and snow and ice again Wednesday and Thursday marked a first for city workers in Water Valley. The storms prompted a week-long effort that including grading streets and clearing ice along businesses, work that even included hauling the ice and snow out of town to slowly melt.

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