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This week's winter weather is causing some problems in Weston.

Workers had begun to sweep the streets in preparation for Weston Pride Month in April.

But the winter weather has slowed that work down and may add to that clean-up.

Mayor Julia Spelsberg said there is an upside to having the cleanup crews out in the city.

"It's like a domino effect. They see the street department do their cleaning, and then residents will get out and clean their sidewalks, and it continues to build. And that's what we're about is trying to get the city cleaned up,' Spelsberg said.

Weston will join the rest of Lewis County for a clean-up day on April 13.