Mayor Bill de Blasio stresses New York City resilience to winter weather

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De Blasio spoke about storm cleanup after Gov. Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency. (February 5, 2014 2:52 PM)

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Mayor Bill de Blasio is praising New York City's resilience after a series of winter storms this year.

The mayor spoke about the city's snow removal efforts during a press conference, saying it's ready to deal with any additional freezing rain. De Blasio also defended the decision to keep schools open despite very icy conditions.

He once again reminded everyone that alternate-side...

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