39 Indy Snow Force drivers to report for duty at 11 p.m.

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Indy Snow Force has plans to continue clearing snow throughout Wednesday’s overnight hours.

While no additional accumulation is forecasted, wind gusts could cause drifting. Freezing temperatures could also lead to icy conditions.

Thirty-nine drivers will report for duty at 11 p.m. They will work a 12-hour shift to keep major thoroughfares and secondary streets clear.

Indy Snow Force will continue to monitor the forecast and will adjust their plan accordingly.

2 comments

  • Charlie Ponzi

    Uh we received 4.4 inches can't Mayor Marine get them to do neighborhood streets which are loaded with dangerous iced-over streets?

    Oh that's right he gave away all the taxpayer money to the Egyptian for his personal parking garage inBroad Ripple gave $30 millionto the Pacers hires for an unnecessary Deputy Mayor of Education….

    Can't handle basic taxpayer services like filling chuck holes, repairing streets and sidewalks (in the suburbs) and yes removing snow and ice and salting!

    Pathetic excuse for a Mayor.

  • mary Lakin

    I WORK EVENINGS/NIGHTS AND I NEVER SAW ONE PLOW ON THE CITY STREETS WHEN I WAS DRIVING HOME! WHERE WERE THEY ALL AT?

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