A private consultant’s report released this week is helping St. Paul identify and fix problems when it comes to snow removal. “We’ve been hit with some pretty difficult winters over the last few years,” Richard Lallier, St. Paul Public Works Director, said. “We’ve been making changes since last December when we were hit with the ice storm.”
A storm expected to dump three to six inches in the Twin Cities metro and heavier snow in northern suburbs is good news for a business that is almost entirely dependent on weather.
City officials say plows will be in operation on residential streets during the day Tuesday, and they are asking residents to move their cars off streets to help with the plow effort.
We haven’t had much snow to talk about this winter, but when we get another round of plowable snow…a certain contraption seen at the Winter Carnival might come in handy.
The St. Croix County Sheriff’s Office has released more information in the tragic snow plow death of a 4-year-old child in Star Prairie Township, Wis. Tuesday morning.
It happens every year around this time. Snow plow drivers from around Minnesota get together for the snow plow rodeo.
A crash involving a snow plow and a train is being investigated.
A bicyclist who was hit and killed by a snow plow early New Year’s Day has been identified.
A snow plow hit and killed a 46-year-old bicyclist early New Year’s Day, authorities said.
Seventeen inches of snow over the weekend. Another couple of inches on the way. If you’ve been shoveling all that stuff off your driveway, perhaps you’re looking for another option.