Janesville plows turning to the side streets
JANESVILLE – City of Janesville plow crews began moving into residential areas around 6 p.m. Thursday.
The hope is to get residential streets clear before the cold sets in and freezes the wet snow, said John Whitcomb, city operations director.
Janesville police will be issuing citations, not warnings, for those who don't get their vehicles off the streets during the city's snow emergency, a police spokesman said Thursday night.
Crews have been working on the major streets since 1 a.m. Thursday, Whitcomb said. Those streets remain slippery despite the city’s best efforts.
Whitcomb expected to have crews working all night.
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