City workers pushed through a 24-hour shift over the weekend, with additional snow expected through this week. Administrators are concerned about a mix of rain and snow which is predicted for Wednesday and Thursday. Officials say they will need to switch their focus from snow removal to road preservation, but are finding it difficult to keep up with the weather. A resolution was approved by the Seward City Council during a special meeting on Monday, explaining that ‘costs associated with this event [were] unexpected and unbudgeted’. The city received 2 1/2 feet of snow by Saturday morning. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The City of Seward declared a local emergency over the weekend, asking the Borough and State to approve disaster funding to help with snow removal.