A city worker sprays a brine mixture near Pawnee and Maize Road on Dec. 5. City crews have also been out spreading the salt and water mixture this week ahead of this weekend’s predicted storm.
A city worker sprays a brine mixture near Pawnee and Maize Road on Dec. 5. City crews have also been out spreading the salt and water mixture this week ahead of this weekend’s predicted storm. Jaime Green File photo
A city worker sprays a brine mixture near Pawnee and Maize Road on Dec. 5. City crews have also been out spreading the salt and water mixture this week ahead of this weekend’s predicted storm. Jaime Green File photo

You should prepare for a major ice storm. The city is.

January 12, 2017 04:40 PM

UPDATED January 12, 2017 10:49 PM

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