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Greenburgh DPW: Do Not Park Cars On Roads

GREENBURGH, N.Y. – The Department of Public Works is expected to continue salting and plowing the roads until the snow stops this afternoon, ensuring residents' safety.

Crews began snow removal and de-icing at roughly 4:30 a.m., said Victor Carosi, commissioner of public works. No weather-related injuries have been reported.

"Resident should be reminded that we do push snow to the curb, as our priority is to clear the roadway of snow," said Carosi. "And that they should be mindful of our operations as it may result in snow being redeposited into a driveway. As always, we ask residents to stay off roads and not to block or park on the roads during the storm."

The National Weather Service reported that snow will fall in Westchester County until roughly 4 p.m. The heaviest snow will fall until noon. It is advised to stay indoors as the roads are expected to become slippery.

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