County officials still working to assess, repair roads

HARTINGTON — What many hope was the final winter storm of the season last Thursday did not help a county that is still hurting from and learning the total impact of last month’s flooding.

Cedar County still had approximately 20 miles worth of roads closed before the most recent storm hit, but a wintery mix of rain, sleet, and snow caused County officials to announce a temporary closing of all county dirt roads from Thursday into the weekend.

That has since been lifted, but officials say the storm was the exact opposite of the dry weather conditions that are direly needed right now.



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