Mayor Bill de Blasio defends snowstorm decisions, commends Department of Sanitation

The mayor said that while the snow has

The mayor said that while the snow has passed, everyone still needs to protect against the cold and aid in cleanup. (January 22, 2014 3:26 PM)

Mayor Bill de Blasio is defending his administration's decisions during the second snowstorm to hit the city this year. De Blasio held a news conference in Brooklyn where he said that the Department of Sanitation has been working around the clock on snow cleanup, getting all primary roads plowed by 6 a.m., along with 90 percent of all secondary streets. He commended crews for their hard work and...

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