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Update from the Snow-Clearing Crews

Clearing the center of town of snow proved to be a massive undertaking.

 

Here's an update Monday morning from the Director of Public Works Peter Neff: 

Crews worked on the center of Town last night but were unable to complete the task.  This project will be finished tonight with the assistance of our contractors.

We are currently attempting to clean off some strategic catch basins to try and prevent flooding in the known problem areas.  Crews are reporting extremely icy roads at this time - please use caution.

All Town roads are now passable. This task was finished at 8:00pm last night.  All municipal buildings have been plowed out and maintenance personnel are clearing the access to the buildings.  

Today we will start the process of opening up intersections to allow for better visibility and movement.  As we move through the various areas of Town we will start to clear the cul-de-sacs as best we can and open up fire hydrants

Our private contractors will continue to assist us over the next several days as we continue our efforts to clean up from the storm.   

Steve Bristol February 11, 2013 at 01:25 PM
After hearing from my wife after she finally got to work, I guess Rte 1 in Madison is a complete mess but that, in Clinton, it was pretty good. HATS OFF to our DPW people. Steve
Teresa Little Smith February 11, 2013 at 08:50 PM
Seriously, Steve, you nailed it. Thanks doesn't even begin to cover it. Great job, DPW, we so appreciate your hard work and dedication. Teresa, Dan, Camryn and Alexander Smith

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