A city truck dumped its unused salt at the end of the day Wednesday. City officials said that because snows arrived in the Lexington area in early December rather than January, the season's winter weather has stretched four weeks beyond the usual 10, leading to early depletion of road salt.
A city truck dumped its unused salt at the end of the day Wednesday. City officials said that because snows arrived in the Lexington area in early December rather than January, the season's winter weather has stretched four weeks beyond the usual 10, leading to early depletion of road salt.
A city truck dumped its unused salt at the end of the day Wednesday. City officials said that because snows arrived in the Lexington area in early December rather than January, the season's winter weather has stretched four weeks beyond the usual 10, leading to early depletion of road salt.

Lexington to refill its salt pile

January 13, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED January 13, 2011 08:54 AM

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