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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com 1840 Lost and Found FOUND: 265/R16 six/hole rim/tire and carrier at 14th Spruce- carrier broke off, tire shot. 605-665-7086 1850 Agriculture December 31, 2019 • Page 5 New Technologies Boost Winter Road Safety While Reducing Salt Use (StatePoint) Last year's long and brutal winter depleted road salt supplies throughout much of the U.S. As a result, a number of cities have experienced significant price spikes when placing their salt orders this year. At a time when experts are highlighting 1855 Alfalfa - Hay the environmental and infrastructural damage For Sale: Large round bales of st th alfalfa, 1 -4 cuttings. Test re- caused by excessive sults available. John Schieffer salt use on roads, new 605-661-8531. technologies are helping American communities 1875 Livestock - Poultry reduce their growing 33rd Annual WJAG, KIX, dependence on salt, while Northeast Nebraska Farm and still keeping roads safe. 33rd Annual WJAG, KIX, Northeast Nebraska Farm and Equipment Show. Free Admission to show & all seminars! Demonstrations & Door Prizes. January 15 & 16th, 2020. Wednesday, 9am-5pm & Thursday, 9am-4pm, Chuck M. Pohlman Ag Complex, Northeast Community College, Hwy. 35 & Benjamin Ave., Norfolk. For more details: www.nebraskafarmshow.com Equipment Show. Free Admission to show & all seminars! Demonstrations & Door Prizes. January 15 & 16th, 2020. Wednesday, 9am-5pm & Thursday, 9am-4pm, Chuck M. Pohlman Ag Complex, Northeast Community College, Hwy. 35 & Benjamin Ave., Norfolk. For more details: www.nebraskafarmshow.com 33rd Annual WJAG, KIX, Northeast Nebraska Farm and Equipment Show. Free Admission to show & all seminars! Demonstrations & Door Prizes. January 15 & 16th, 2020. Wednesday, 9am-5pm & Thursday, 9am-4pm, Chuck M. Pohlman Ag Complex, Northeast Community College, Hwy. 35 & Benjamin Ave., Norfolk. For more details: www.nebraskafarmshow.com The U.S. spreads up to 22 million tons of salt per year, a large portion of which finds its way into rivers, streams and soil. Numerous environmental groups and universities have documented the tremendous damage that road salt does to soil conditions, water quality and wildlife. What’s more, excessive road salt also damages roads and bridges, creating the need for millions of dollars’ worth of repairs nationwide every year. Experts say all this salt is not necessary, pointing to Europe where, thanks to smarter technologies, less salt is spread on roads without comprising safety, even in countries with significant snowfall. “The U.S. lags Europe by at least a decade in the adoption of smart salt spreading technologies,” says Marcus Scherer, senior vice president of research and development for Aebi Schmidt, manufacturer of Swenson smart spreaders. “Heavier, wetter salt sticks where Notices Business Hours of The Missouri Valley Shopper are as follows: Monday through Friday 8:00am-5:00pm. 319 Walnut St. Yankton (605)665-5884. Thank you for your continued business! Deadline is 12Noon on Fridays for the following Tuesdays MVS. THE MISSOURI VALLEY Shopper cannot verify the validity of any advertisements placed by anyone. Readers are advised to approach any advertisement with reasonable caution. finding the right job is easier than you think when you’ve got the right direction Stop searching. The Help Wanted section of the Missouri Valley Shopper lists many possible new job opportunities. Find a career that’s right for you. MV Shopper MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Scherer goes on to explain that most salt spreaders currently on the road in the U.S. cannot handle the preferred mixture used in Europe, largely because their pumps and tanks aren't large enough to accommodate the additional brine. In addition, they don't offer precision placement technologies that carefully and consistently spread salt on the primary driving surfaces. Instead, they randomly drop excessive amounts of salt. Experts say that smarter salt spreaders offer a variety of spreading patterns to cover multiple lanes simultaneously, allowing for greater coverage in less time so that salt trucks don't need to make multiple passes to sufficiently clear the roads. As a result, roads can be driven on safely without delay, reducing labor time and related costs, which is attractive to budgetstrapped municipalities. According to Scherer, several cities in the U.S. have already incorporated smart Swenson spreaders into their fleets and have documented salt and labor savings as high as 35%. Such success opens the door to additional testing in other markets, especially given the public's increased focus on the environmental impact of road salt and the growing burden of rising salt prices on city and department of transportation budgets. For more information on the latest smart salt spreading technologies, visit spreadsaltsmarter. com. As road salt takes its annual toll, experts say it’s time to stop over-salting U.S. roads. Luckily, new technologies are making it possible to keep roads safe in budget-friendly and environmentally responsible ways. 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Even those U.S. cities that do use wet salt primarily use a mixture that’s less efficient than those used in Europe -- as little as a 5% brine mixture in the U.S. as compared with Europe’s 70:30 ratio which includes 30% brine.” WE S LD DS S LD S L LD S S LD S DS S LD S L LD LD LD IT IN THE DS CLASSIFIE Bring more shoppers to your door with locally focused advertising from the experts. Your Ad Here! MV Shopper In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y library.sd.gov, within the Elementary School and Educators & Librarians category pages, or on the main eResources page at: http://library.sd.gov/LIB/ERD/ index.aspx. BookFlix is structured with 125+ pairs of animated books, coupling classic video storybooks from Weston Woods with related talking nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic. 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Missing documentation and not enough damage to essential living space are among the most common reasons one can initially be found ineligible. Examples of missing documentation may include an insurance settlement letter, proof of residence, proof of ownership of the damaged property or proof that the damaged property was your primary residence at the time of the disaster. The goal of FEMA housing assistance is to ensure people live in safe, sanitary and functional housing. FEMA assistance is not insurance. Your home may have suffered storm damage, but if it did not affect essential living space, you may not be determined eligible for assistance. FEMA considers the kitchen, bathrooms and occupied bedrooms as essential living spaces. If you think an error was made regarding your case, you have the right to appeal. The appeal must be in writing and include new information or documentation. 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