Local retailers don't know when new shipments of rock salt will hit the shelves, as many grocery store supplies run thin.
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Public Works Directors say strong winds presented biggest challenge.
Public Works departments for the cities of Kirkwood and Webster Groves did not report any major damage as a result of Saturday night and Sunday morning's snowstorm. "There were a few street signs knocked down overnight, but we got those taken care of," Kirkwood Public Works Director Todd Rehg said. Strong winds presented the biggest challenge in combating the snowfall, Webster Groves Public Works Director Paul Verheyen said. "The problem was the blowing snow, and the fact that it continued to snow throughout the evening," Verheyen said. "We would go make a return trip two or three hours later, and there would be another inch on the ground." Kirkwood Public Works Director Todd Rehg agreed that the wind was problematic. "When you have roads …
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