Browsing: snowstorms

Opinion
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When it snowed in the beginning of the month – the first challenge of the new de Blasio administration – we received a slew of e-mails, phone calls and social media comments claiming that the city was botching the job and streets remained unplowed. When it snowed yesterday, we heard nary a peep from our…

News & Features
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The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for all of New York City, lasting through today and tomorrow morning, with eight inches of snow and 40 mile-per-hour wind gusts predicted. It’s the first snowstorm of the year, and is forecast to have near-blizzard conditions and single-digit temperatures. The snowstorm will deliver its biggest…

Arts & Culture
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Nemopocolypse came and went, and while it was historic snowfall for other areas, Sheepshead Bay saw just nine inches of snow – making it a fairly routine blizzard. Department of Sanitation did a fantastic job clearing the roadways quickly, and transit workers and management kept the system on track with little incident. Responsible neighbors woke…

News & Features
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There was a time when I enjoyed snow and snowy days. There used to be a thrill in getting off from school, or work, and then adventuring out into the fluffy white stuff and frolicking around. Those days are gone for me. I hate the winter and its frozen air, shutting us in our homes…

Bits & Pieces
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The weekend came and went and we finally saw the first semi-serious snowfall of the season, with approximately four inches blanketing Sheepshead Bay. It looked pretty, and was just the right texture that made shoveling a breeze. As for the government, they stayed ahead of the curve, canceling planned track work on the subways, suspending…

News & Features
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From Notify NYC: Notification issued 01/20/12 at 4:10 PM. Due to impending snow, The New York City Department of Transportation has suspended Alternate Side Parking Regulations Citywide for Saturday, 01/21/12. Parking meters and all other posted parking restrictions will remain in effect. For more information visit: http://www.nyc.gov/html/oem/html/home/home.shtml Also, most planned subway service disruptions have been cancelled…

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