Mark Wright, a Pittsboro Public Works employee, carries a bag of road salt to spread by hand at the top of the icy intersection of Thompson and Hillsboro Streets Wednesday morning. Wright said he and fellow employees spread about three thousand pounds of salt on Pittsboro streets Tuesday. Only major thoroughfares in Chatham had been completely cleared with city back streets and secondary roads still a problem after Monday and Tuesday's ice and snow storm dumped 1-2 inches of snow then ice atop that.
Mark Wright, a Pittsboro Public Works employee, carries a bag of road salt to spread by hand at the top of the icy intersection of Thompson and Hillsboro Streets Wednesday morning. Wright said he and fellow employees spread about three thousand pounds of salt on Pittsboro streets Tuesday. Only major thoroughfares in Chatham had been completely cleared with city back streets and secondary roads still a problem after Monday and Tuesday's ice and snow storm dumped 1-2 inches of snow then ice atop that. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Mark Wright, a Pittsboro Public Works employee, carries a bag of road salt to spread by hand at the top of the icy intersection of Thompson and Hillsboro Streets Wednesday morning. Wright said he and fellow employees spread about three thousand pounds of salt on Pittsboro streets Tuesday. Only major thoroughfares in Chatham had been completely cleared with city back streets and secondary roads still a problem after Monday and Tuesday's ice and snow storm dumped 1-2 inches of snow then ice atop that. hlynch@newsobserver.com

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