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CLINTON COUNTY, Mich. (WLNS) - How much snow you had to clear depended on where you live; Lansing got about 4-inches, Jackson got about 2 and parts of Clinton County picked up 6 inches.
While people were clearing their sidewalks and driveways, the Clinton County Road Commission came out in full force to make sure the roads were safe and drivable.
"We're going to try to get through most everything today. Concentrate on the rest of the subdivisions," said Joe Pulver, managing director of Clinton County Road Commission.
Even though we haven't seen the same amount of snow we experience in a typical winter, the road commission says the amount of salt being used on those roads is about the same and that's because of the icy conditions.
Strong winds will keep road workers busy throughout the day, despite roads being relatively clear. "Our east/west roads are getting a lot of drifting on them and where we cleaned it up, we're getting a lot of fingers coming back into it and things like that," said Pulver. "If they do encounter one of our vehicles, make sure you give them space and time to do their job."