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    Ryan Girard of Hallowell lugs a fifty pound bag of rock salt to his pickup that he purchased at a Farmingdale hardware store on Monday. Girard, who shovels out residences in Hallowell, planned to deploy some of the salt ahead of the storm forecast for Tuesday. “I just want to stay ahead of it,” Girard said.

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    Ken Nott checks the battery power of his lawn tractor while charging it Monday at his Farmingdale home. Nott said cold weather had drained the electricity from the rig he utilizes to blow snow from the driveway.

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    Augusta Public Works employee Peter Porter slams the gate against the bed of a tractor-trailer delivering road salt Monday at the city’s shed. The H.O. Bouchard truck hauled the load down from Searsport ahead of a storm forecast for Tuesday.

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    Farmington Public Works Director Dennis Castonquay loads sand for plow trucks on Monday for crews to use on roads during the snowstorm headed this way on Tuesday.

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    In anticipation of Tuesday’s storm, Mark Tyler uses a bucket loader to move snow on Monday to make room for more snow.

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