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Snow removal, waterline breaks sock city coffers

Scott Seitz2 • Jan 26, 2014 at 6:07 PM

The city of Norwalk spent more than $8,000 in overtime during the last two weeks of December on snow removal and the repair of broken waterlines.

Michelle Reeder, assistant finance director, said Friday $6,532 was paid in overtime from the street fund, while another $1,597 was allocated from the water fund.

And that was before January's snowstorms.

Josh Snyder, public works director, who oversees the street and water departments, said the weather and subsequent events were somewhat unusual. A story about this subject was published in the Norwalk Reflector. So you don't miss stories such as this one, you can subscribe to the Norwalk Reflector to receive home delivery and/or the e-paper, which is a complete digital replica of each issue. For more information, call (419) 668-3771 or click HERE.

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