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Shoveling Rules To Resume, Residents Must Clear Snow

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - With temperatures on the way up, many cities in mid-Michigan will begin re-implementing their snow removal ordinances Thursday.

That means you'll have 24 hours to get out and clear your driveway before being possibly ticketed or fined.

Normally you have 24 hours after snowfall ends to clear your driveway and sidewalk, but due to the cold temperatures shoveling was previously suspended.

If you need help in Jackson with shoveling a group of city leaders and volunteers known as the Jackson Snow Squad is offering a helping hand, shovel and snow blower.

They'll be out Thursday and through the weekend clearing driveways.

If you need help removing your snow, visit


Tune in Friday to 6 News at 5 p.m. for a special Tell Me Something Good on the Jackson Snow Squad.

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