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City of Algoma keeping up with snow and cold

With the recent snow storm and temperatures expected to be sub-zero for the next few days, area municipalities are vigilantly working to keep their roadways safe.  Algoma City Administrator Jeff Wiswell says property owners are complying better by keeping sidewalks clear as the street department works around the clock to make travel safer around Algoma. 

 

 

Wiswell says that during the upcoming removal of snow it will be important for drivers to avoid parking on the streets and alleys to allow city crews the ability to clear the snow and ice.   Algoma City Hall was closed Monday due to the severe weather.    

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