By MARTY FINLEY
HARDIN COUNTY — Numerous tons of salt poured to combat the weather’s blast this winter have not been kind to roadways. Crews now are shifting their focus to repair work as spring looms.
Those pesky potholes are returning, and crews say they are working diligently to patch the craters.
Hardin County crews have been among the busiest, expending about $222,000 on snow removal and ambulance coverage this year, including roughly 2,400 tons of salt at a cost hovering around $155,000.