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What turned into a day off of school for area teachers and students last Thursday was anything but that for the crew at the Bedford Public Works Department.
A snow day for those workers means long hours and plenty to do until the roads are clear and the bad weather is gone.
"It's organized chaos," states D.W. Lawhorne, Bedford's superintendent of public works, on the snow removal process. Lawhorne said there's a plan in place prior to the snow but once it starts, the plan has to adapt to conditions, problems and needs.
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