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Fewer vehicles should result in fewer issues this evening in Milton


MILTON – As fewer people took part in the morning commute, Police Chief Richard Krauss feels the evening commute shouldn’t be a problem despite the storm.

“People are staying off the roads and the people who are out are driving appropriately,” Krauss said, adding there have been few snow-related incidents Wednesday.

Town offices are closed and a parking ban is in effect Wednesday due to the ongoing storm.

For more information, visit http://miltonnh-us.com.



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