Town officials caution motorists to drive carefully and to be alert when approaching intersections or pulling out of driveways.
“The sight line is becoming more and more of a priority to us today,” Avon Public Works Highway Foreman Paul Welsh said. “I can’t stress enough how important it is to pay attention at intersections.”
Crews were out until dark Monday night and came in at 5 a.m. to salt roads that needed it. Icy conditions in the morning delayed Avon schools by 90 minutes and roads remained wet later in the day.
The majority of roads are passable by two vehicles, according to Welsh.
“There may be a few isolated roads here and there we’re still working on,” Welsh said.
Two of those roads are Indian Pipe Trail and Hurdle Fence, he said. Crews were out late Tuesday morning working to widen those roads, Welsh said. Coldspring and Avonridge roads also fell into this category, he said.
Town officials do not report any significant storm damage, though there was some water damage at the Avon Free Public Library.
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