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Sioux Falls Side Streets Get Sand-Salt Mix

February 11, 2013, 12:36 PM by Brady Mallory

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

Snowplows have spent day and night clearing off streets in Sioux Falls.  But you won't see them on residential-side streets.

People leaving for work Monday morning had a tricky time getting through all the snow on the neighborhood-side streets.  There hasn't been a snow emergency, and that is why the plows have not been through neighborhoods.  But city officials say they are doing something to clear them.

Sunday night, they started laying down a sand-salt mix to burn through the ice and snow.  Every side street should have it and they hope that will help make it easier for drivers to get around.

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