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This past winter has been rough on Shelby County's roads, but officials say crews have been working hard to get them back into shape.
"They freeze and thaw over and over again, and that cracks the pavement, because a freeze swells, and a thaw draws," County Road Supervisor Carl Henry said.
"We typically fall behind in our maintenance work in the winter because we are too busy with snow and ice issues, so when the weather warms up again, we start working to repair the damage to the roads caused by winter weather."
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