Quincy Central Services Director Marty Stegeman says the streets are maintaining as crews turn focus to ice prevention.
Stegeman said the city currently has nine trucks out and road crews are now off the 12-hour shifts. He says that as of now, there aren't any trouble spots in Quincy.
"From the reports I've received, I'd say the roads are in pretty good condition," Stegeman said. "Right now we're focused on more salting than anything else."
Re-freezing isn't a big concern for Stegeman but since the city has a good salt supply, they aren't taking any chances.
With two winter storms in the last week, Stegeman says city has spent between $110,000 and $120,000 for snow removal.
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