NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Potholes aren’t the only problems on the roads across the Tri-State area.
Now, many towns have been struggling to keep up with snow removal, leaving many drivers and residents fed up.
As CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock reported, poorly plowed roads were seen covered in snow and ice all around the area. Walking out the door Friday, Murdock and he crew ran into a mess on the Henry Hudson Parkway, covered with slush.
Most main roads weren’t in horrible shape, but many side streets were. One side street in South Orange was almost completely covered, Murdock reported.
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“It’s really bad,” said Bill Maloney of Yonkers. “The worst I’ve ever seen.”
“The side streets are horrible,” another driver said. “Plow more, put more salt down.”
“You kind of like, slide when you’re doing…
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