Timmy Brown, county road supervisor, told members of LaRue County Fiscal Court that his crews spread about 50 tons of salt during last week’s snow storm.
“That is the normal amount of salt we would use due to the temperature staying near the freezing mark,” he reported as magistrates met Feb. 9 at the courthouse in Hodgenville.
Brown said the county has 125 more tons of salt on hand, enough for about two more rounds over the county’s roads.
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