Parks & Trails team clears snow


Submitted photos Members of the Greene County Parks & Trails (GCP&T) maintenance team headed out for their first snow day Tuesday to keep visitors to Greene County offices, government agencies and park sites safe from the winter conditions. The team is on-call during snow days to maintain all 24-hour government organizations, such as Greenewood Manor, clear of snow or ice hazards. Using a combination of salt, backpack snowblowers and truck-mounted snow blades, the GCP&T team prioritizes county operations but also clears parking lots and access drives to park sites as well. Andrew Hoskins, far left, and Allen Beam, far right, both of the GCP&T Maintenance Division, prepare to spread salt on the sidewalks at the Ledbetter Road complex.


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Members of the Greene County Parks & Trails (GCP&T) maintenance team headed out for their first snow day Tuesday to keep visitors to Greene County offices, government agencies and park sites safe from the winter conditions. The team is on-call during snow days to maintain all 24-hour government organizations, such as Greenewood Manor, clear of snow or ice hazards. Using a combination of salt, backpack snowblowers and truck-mounted snow blades, the GCP&T team prioritizes county operations but also clears parking lots and access drives to park sites as well. Andrew Hoskins, far left, and Allen Beam, far right, both of the GCP&T Maintenance Division, prepare to spread salt on the sidewalks at the Ledbetter Road complex.

Submitted photos Members of the Greene County Parks & Trails (GCP&T) maintenance team headed out for their first snow day Tuesday to keep visitors to Greene County offices, government agencies and park sites safe from the winter conditions. The team is on-call during snow days to maintain all 24-hour government organizations, such as Greenewood Manor, clear of snow or ice hazards. Using a combination of salt, backpack snowblowers and truck-mounted snow blades, the GCP&T team prioritizes county operations but also clears parking lots and access drives to park sites as well. Andrew Hoskins, far left, and Allen Beam, far right, both of the GCP&T Maintenance Division, prepare to spread salt on the sidewalks at the Ledbetter Road complex.
http://xeniagazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_ParksSnow.jpgSubmitted photos Members of the Greene County Parks & Trails (GCP&T) maintenance team headed out for their first snow day Tuesday to keep visitors to Greene County offices, government agencies and park sites safe from the winter conditions. The team is on-call during snow days to maintain all 24-hour government organizations, such as Greenewood Manor, clear of snow or ice hazards. Using a combination of salt, backpack snowblowers and truck-mounted snow blades, the GCP&T team prioritizes county operations but also clears parking lots and access drives to park sites as well. Andrew Hoskins, far left, and Allen Beam, far right, both of the GCP&T Maintenance Division, prepare to spread salt on the sidewalks at the Ledbetter Road complex.
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