Word on the Street: Snow Cleanup

Mayor Bill de Blasio said the Department of Sanitation crews were doing everything they could to clean up roads after Tuesday’s snowstorm. News 12 Brooklyn

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BROOKLYN - Mayor Bill de Blasio said the Department of Sanitation crews were doing everything they could to clean up roads after Tuesday’s snowstorm.

News 12 Brooklyn spoke with residents about DPW crew response in their neighborhoods.

Most residents say the city did a good job of clearing snow from their neighborhoods.

One resident says he never saw one plow truck go down his block.

There are 6,300 miles of roads to clear in New York City, and sanitation crews will continue to work around the clock in 12-hour shifts to get it done.

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