Snow levels a challenge for city, county crews

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Storm drops more than 10 inches on streets, roadways

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  • City crews used the 4-plex parking lot to store excess snow from last week's 10-inch storm.
    City crews used the 4-plex parking lot to store excess snow from last week's 10-inch storm.
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The Jan. 25 snow storm that blanketed Hamilton County in 10-12 inches of snow was felt by all -- including the city and county road crews tasked with digging everyone out. 
Local weather officials reported 10-12 inches of snow, measuring approximately 1.12 inches worth of moisture. Despite word of potential record snowfalls, Highway Supt. K.C. Pawling said county road crews didn’t approach this removal day any differently. 

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