Nancy Stephens Nashville Tennessean Published 11:38 PM EST Dec 7, 2018 With the potential for the midstate’s first significant snowfall in the forecast, Fairview city leaders report they are already prepped to handle – and avoid – any hazardous winter road conditions. “We are currently monitoring the weather. The public works crew and I will be out over the weekend to monitor the roads, and our police, fire departments will assist,” stated City Manager Scott Collins. He advised the city currently has approximately 40 tons of road salt in stock. “On average, it takes about 10 tons of salt to treat the city’s roads,” Collins said. The road salt cost approximately $65 per ton. As for equipment and manpower, Collins confirmed the city has two salt spreaders and three crew members lined out to prep city streets, if needed. Citizens who observe problem areas, can report them by calling 615-799-2341 Collins noted, “We don’t expect any hazardous road conditions over the weekend.” The weather forecast includes the chance for a wintry mix in two separate rounds, starting with first round Saturday morning and second round running Sunday through Monday morning for areas north of I-40 and west of Nashville. That means Fairview residents may want to hold off on getting the sleds out of the garage.