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For salt company, winter means money

General manager of Capital District Salt Vince Logan stands atop the 72-foot-high pile of rock salt in Fort Plain.
General manager of Capital District Salt Vince Logan stands atop the 72-foot-high pile of rock salt in Fort Plain.
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For Vince Logan, the more snow and ice on the roads this winter, the better. “If we had a snowstorm every week, that would be great,” he said. “It could start tomorrow.” Logan is general manager of Capital District Salt, headquartered in a little office next to what looks like a massive tent outside Fort Plain. Up close the tent is actually a 150-by-550-foot structure of cement pilings, steel joists and drum-tight vinyl. Inside its ...


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