HARTINGTON — City, county and state workers have already logged quite a few hours moving snow since the first snow flake flew on the winter season back in October.
When the weather becomes nasty and driving becomes difficult, snowplow drivers are out clearing roads, assisting in emergencies and trying to keep the roads open and safe throughout the 740 square miles known as Cedar County.
Cedar County Commission Chairman Dave McGregor said the county road crews work hard to keep equipment up and ready when needed.
Cedar County is divided into three districts with County Commissioners for each district. All three commissioners work closely with the schools to stay informed about the road conditions. Mc-Gregor said the commissioners often get out and drive the roads themselves to see what the conditions are like.
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