Havre streets survive another winter
Mild weather allows Public Works to get ahead of street damage
Last updated 4/19/2021 at 11:53am
Public Works Director Dave Peterson said Friday that better winter weather has allowed the department to get ahead on the annual problem of “spider webbing,” resulting in street cracks and potholes in the community.
“This winter was actually a pretty good winter for us as far as how the streets go, but (this is) what happens when you get snow and then you get a Chinook wind (coming) in. (The weather) warms up the streets and you get your snow melt,” Peterson said.
The milder weather has allowed his department to keep the streets in a little better shape than a normal spring.