County highway departments adjust snowplowing game plans

The Door and Kewaunee County Highway Departments have nearly all of their plows out and are able to keep up with snow removal.  Currently, county and state highways have been given priority for plowing.  Thad Ash, Patrol Superintendent for Door County,  says some roads are being treated with deicing mixtures and that will increase as the snowfall eases up.



Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner Todd Every says his department will also step up plowing efforts as the snowfall dissipates. His only concern right now would be gusty winds.


Every and Ash also say motorists have been adjusting well to changing conditions and have had very few reports of weather-related driving incidents.

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