(GDN) — If the flakes fly, City of Goldsboro crews are ready to clear the roads.
This week, the Goldsboro City Council praised the efforts of the city departments to remove snow from city streets following last weekend’s winter storm.
City Manager Tim Salmon thanked the Public Works and Parks and Rec employees, and says the city “looked great by Saturday afternoon.”
Council member Charles Gaylor says the street-clearing effort looked like it was “second nature,” and he mentioned citizens have even called him to praise the Public Works Department.
Mayor David Ham thanked citizens for staying off the roads as much as possible, allowing time for the city streets to be cleared.
Council member Bill Broadaway also commended the Public Works Department and urged citizens to stay safe this weekend.
City employees – as well as all other snow-clearing crews across Wayne County – may have to be at it again with up to an inch of snow in the forecast by Saturday morning.