HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) -- State, county and city safety and public works departments are working a lot of overtime this winter. Holland City Manager Ryan Cotton says it’s been almost non-stop since December 19th. Cotton said that the efforts made by the community to keep sidewalks and fire hydrants clear are greatly appreciated. He also said there are miles of sidewalk and streets to keep clear and with the snow piling up, it's taking crews longer to clear them. The city is purchasing more snow blower equipment and an additional 500 tons of salt is on order. Cotton reminds citizens that keeping a path on the sidewalk and fire hydrants clear could make all the difference in an emergency.
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