Snow Plow Woes Continue In Syracuse, Officials Asking For Patience


Syracuse, N.Y. - Snow plow woes are continuing in Syracuse, and officials are asking city residents to be patient while waiting for their streets to be cleared.

The public works commissioner says several of the city's plows are broken and need repair. Over a million dollars in spending has been approved to buy 10 new plow trucks, but they won't be on the road until next winter.

The hope is to have 25 to 30 plows available for snow removal in the next few years.


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