Last updated: February 28. 2014 3:10PM - 1110 Views

Faith Bemiss | DemocratWith bad weather predicated this weekend, Friday at Sutherland Lumber and Home Improvement Center in Sedalia store manager Pat Wingler, right, talks with Greg Baslee, of Kansas City, about a 24-inch Poulan Pro 208cc snow blower. Wingler said the store was completely out of salt. “We do have some that's been promised to us today, but I haven't seen it yet,” he added.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratWith bad weather predicated this weekend, Friday at Sutherland Lumber and Home Improvement Center in Sedalia store manager Pat Wingler, right, talks with Greg Baslee, of Kansas City, about a 24-inch Poulan Pro 208cc snow blower. Wingler said the store was completely out of salt. “We do have some that's been promised to us today, but I haven't seen it yet,” he added.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


With bad weather predicated this weekend, Friday at Sutherland Lumber and Home Improvement Center in Sedalia store manager Pat Wingler, right, talks with Greg Baslee, of Kansas City, about a 24-inch Poulan Pro 208cc snow blower. Wingler said the store was completely out of salt. “We do have some that’s been promised to us today, but I haven’t seen it yet,” he added.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


In preparation for the snow storm, Sedalia Street and Alley Department Supervisor Jeff McKinney, on left, said that 25 tons of salt was delivered to the City Garage, at 901 E.Third St., on Friday by Independent Salt, out of Hutchinson, Kan.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat Roger Vieth, a crew supervisor with the Street and Alley Department, waits for a load of salt being lifted by crew foreman Brent Stevenson. Vieth said approximately 500 tons of salt was stored inside the City Garage.


 
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