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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- When it comes to dealing with winter weather, it can take a village to help out.
One Milwaukee woman and her fiancé have taken it into their own hands, spending the last five years delivering salt bags to people in need, like the elderly or those without cars.
Each 50-lb. bag costs $9 with a $10 delivery fee and a minimum order of two bags.
Latoya James says she and Bill the Butcher were out until about 10:30 Thursday night and are now sold out, which she says highlights the need for help in the community.
"It's a lot of people that can't get out and get anywhere, so it's no problem," said James. "As long as I have a car with wheels, I'm able to do it."
The next salt bag restock will be on Monday.
If you need some delivered, reach out on Bill the Butcher's Facebook page.