Brooklyn borough president applauds plow job

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CROWN HEIGHTS, Brooklyn (PIX11) – Many streets here in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Crown Heights were clear Wednesday night, but mounds of dirty snow mixed with ice surrounded parked cars and pushed up against the sidewalks.

Plows were forced to make two and even three trips down many of the neighborhood streets after yet another messy storm began before dawn.

For the most part, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams said the city has done a great job with the clean up.

Adams said, “I have to tip my hat to the mayor, his staff called me to check on us to ask about trouble areas and complaints.”

Nostrand Avenue and Eastern Parkway was smooth sailing for drivers.

For those who left their cars parked as the snow piled up, it was a different story.

Homeowner KC Jones was not doing as well, at 9:45 Wednesday night he was digging out his car, “I am stuck, enough is enough.”

As storm after storm sock the tri-state area in 2014, Brooklyn residents have only days before the next system moves through this weekend.