M.L. Cauthon said his department was able to send truck out early this morning to lay salt down on the streets.


M.L. Cauthon, director of Boonville Public Works, said his department's efforts during the snow storm  were "going very well," this morning.

He said he thought most people were either staying home or limiting their travel to the emergency snow routes implemented by the city.

"It appear's people took (irl Tessendorf's) declaration of snow route seriously," Cauthon said.

There will be no trash pick-up Tuesday. Veolia Environmental Services will pick-up Tuesday and Thursday's trash on Thursday.

The emergency snow routes are:

Main Street Morgan Street from Fourth Street to Al Bersted Drive Spring Street from Fourth Street to Sixth Street Sixth Street from Spring Street to Bingham Road Seventh Street from Spring Street to Bingham Road Eleventh Street from Locust Street to Sonya Drive Locust Street from Main Street to Eleventh Street

Emergency snow routes have been imposed and are in effect along with parking restrictions from 7 a.m., Tuesday, Feb. 1, and will remain in effect until rescinded, according to a release from the Public Works Department.

People are not allowed to park on any portion of a snow emergency route. The Boonville Police Department is authorized to remove a parked vehicle that hinders snow removal operations.