Cindy Bishop, a Streets and Roads employee, stood next to a mound of Lexington's salt supply on Old Frankfort Pike. Mayor Jim Gray said more than 7,000 tons of salt were either on hand or on order in anticipation of winter weather.
Cindy Bishop, a Streets and Roads employee, stood next to a mound of Lexington's salt supply on Old Frankfort Pike. Mayor Jim Gray said more than 7,000 tons of salt were either on hand or on order in anticipation of winter weather. ©2011
Cindy Bishop, a Streets and Roads employee, stood next to a mound of Lexington's salt supply on Old Frankfort Pike. Mayor Jim Gray said more than 7,000 tons of salt were either on hand or on order in anticipation of winter weather. ©2011

Lexington officials outline snow-removal plan

December 09, 2011 12:00 AM

UPDATED December 09, 2011 10:23 AM

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