CLAY COUNTY — As the snowfall begins to slow Saturday, Jan. 11, agencies across the Northland are treating roads, including those in Liberty.

“After treating roads earlier this morning, we now have 21 trucks plowing Liberty roadways,” the city of Liberty posted to Facebook Saturday. “While the snow continues to fall, crews will focus on providing a path through residential streets. Once the snow stops, they will focus on clearing curb to curb.”

City staff asks those traveling to avoid parking on the streets in an effort to let plows by more easily.

“If you have to be out on the roadways, please don't crowd the plows,” the post states. “Drive with extra care and allow extra time to get to your destination.”

Northwest Editor Sean Roberts can be reached at sean.roberts@mycouriertribune.com or 389-6606.​

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