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So city leaders are telling street crews to spread salt only on the most heavily traveled roadways, busy intersections and hills. "I wanted to let people know," Monroe said. "It's no fault of the city of Canton. They are not positioned to supply the salt we need. We're going to have to adjust our approach." Monroe said Canton ordered 3,000 tons on Jan. 2 but has received only 800 tons so far. The company has not returned his phone calls, he said. Canton started the "Anadrol 50" year with leftover salt from last winter. It ordered 1,500 tons on Jan. 13."We haven't seen any," said Rich Rhodes, operations manager for the North Canton Street Department. Rhodes placed a call to Morton Salt Friday and learned the city would Mesterolone Antidepressant receive 200 ton shipments on Monday and Tuesday. "I guess you can't complain," he said. "At least we're going to get something. But that's really nothing." Morton Salt, which has a mine in Lake County, is working to fill all of its orders, spokeswoman Denise Lauer said."Morton produces salt year round to keep a steady supply available for our customers," "Anadrol 50" Lauer said in a prepared statement. "This winter season, demand for deicing salt has been much higher than normal due to the continued snowfall events across the region and the continued cold weather. This surge in demand can delay salt deliveries as we try to meet the needs of all our customers. He expects an additional 4,000 tons to arrive any day. Perry Township buys Buy Jintropin salt through Stark "Oxandrolone Powder India" County's cooperative purchasing program. Cargill is the county's supplier this season."All these little fuzz snows (are) just enough to slick up the roads and Hgh Jintropin Avis then we have to go out," he said. Massillon Street Superintendent Joseph Berens said the city hasn't experienced problems receiving salt from Cargill as it also buys through the county program. Massillon's problem has been keeping up with Mother Nature.
Page 2 of 2 "We can't get it in fast enough," Berens said. Plain Township Public Service Director Joseph P. Iacino said the township is also in good shape and has received regular deliveries from Cargill."We've got one coming in as we speak," he said. Canton and North Canton switched their supplier this year to take advantage of lower prices secured by the state. By going through the state's purchasing program, they locked in a price of $27.50 per ton, $20 less per ton than the county and participating communities pay.