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We’ve had one of the mildest winters in years, which is great news for area departments of transportation but hard on the snow removal business.
A lack of snow so far this winter has been good news for suburban communities, who have seen their budgets busted the last couple of winters to pay for snow removal.
Kids hoping for sledding instead of school may be disappointed by the lack of snow so far this winter. But city of Philadelphia budget crunchers are ecstatic.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation says it will deploy the double-lane plows on highways in Montgomery County this year, and the turnpike will use them along the entire east-west line.
After two straight winters in which snow removal costs topped $10 million, Mayor Nutter is, in his new budget, setting aside $4 million for next winter’s snow costs.
There was nary a show shovel to be found at a few of the big hardware stores along Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia on Monday, but if you want to get a jump on outdoor grills and other springtime items, they’ve got you covered.
If you’re careful and you get to snow as it piles up and before it’s frozen solid, you can help your shrubs survive the snow.
Instead of replanting every year those shrubs and plants killed by piles of snow, why not pave or gravel a convenient spot along your driveway to just leave all that snow?
New Jersey’s fiscal crunch will not, apparently, affect the state’s ability to tackle winter storms, even though all available money for snow removal this year has already been spent.
A measure is on tap at City Council that would make getting around a world easier for disabled residents when snow arrives this winter. The issue addressed is the path width that residents shovel on their sidewalks.
(CBS) – New Jersey drivers now face fines for failing to clear snow or ice from their vehicles before heading out onto the road. Under an amended law that takes effect today, drivers are required […]
Here in the dog days of August, what topped the agenda of the Nutter administration today was… snow.