bridges still have a lot of sand on them after this week's winter storm. Albany and Dougherty County public works
officials want you to know their street sweepers will be on the roads Monday
cleaning them up.
officials are letting that sand dry after it absorbed ice and snow.
tons of sand and salt on bridges Tuesday night, all day Wednesday, and
Most of the sand is now against the curbs
of the bridges, and officials say it needs to be cleaned off.
So we don't have problems with motorcycles and other
"I would ask folks to use caution
again when they see those street sweepers out there. We'll try to have APD out there with us. But it's going to take a little time to clean
those bridges up after working all night to get them sanded," said Albany Public Works Director
Albany has one
of the largest fleets of street sweepers in Georgia.
They will be working in the city and
county Monday, and officials urge drivers to slow down around them.