Snowmageddon 2016 Part 2: A community comes together
Our community came together in a number of ways to support each other in this historic storm. With more than 2 feet of snow to clear, it would take more than a few days and considerable patience to dig out. Residents were seen shoveling their own walkways and often neighbors who were unable to clear it themselves.
By Tuesday evening, 3 days after the snow storm, most of our neighborhood had been plowed. Citizens Association President Alexandra Bocian toured the neighborhood around midnight that evening and reported spots that were missed. She also followed up with County Manager Mark Schwartz, noting he met his commitment to have the cleanup completed by Tuesday evening. “This was a huge event for the county, and I’m positive that better planning will occur next time,” she said. Although inconvenient for most of us, the dogs seemed to love it!
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