SOUTH HAVEN, Mich.- With more than of a foot of snow expected to hit West Michigan The Mayor of South Haven tells us plow trucks won’t be out on the streets until 2 a.m.
Mayor Bob Burr said the trucks were out all morning plowing both main and back roads. The drivers are resting for Monday morning.
The county is tackling roads outside of the city but will not treat roads within the South Haven city limits.
FOX 17 has a crew heading there to check out road conditions and to meet with Mayor Burr about the city’s plan to keep people safe.