Comments for: Wet winter leaves Lincoln running short of road sand, salt

Posted March 05, 2012, at 5:52 p.m.
Last modified March 05, 2012, at 6:33 p.m.

LINCOLN | It has been a pretty mild winter this season for everybody except David Lloyd. The Lincoln Public Works director says he finds himself in the same situation many department directors are in: running low on road salt and sand not because of heavy snowfall, but rather because …

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  • Anonymous

    Screening the sand Nick not sifting the sand. You sift cake flour to bake a cake you screen winter sand

  • Anonymous

    I drive through Lincoln often and the Town Crew does a great job maintaining the roads. They always seem to be out there either plowing and sandind or hauling it off from the side of the road in the business district. This year you can definetly tell where the town crew stops plowing on us-2 in north Lincoln because you almost need to stop and place the truck in 4×4 to continue north.

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