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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Snow Emergency...What Snow Emergency?

The city of Somerville will pretend it didn't declare a snow emergency too early and unnecessarily by cleaning up all the evidence!

Please note that all tickets issued will be waived for today's "snow emergency."

Details are as follows...
SOMERVILLE. - Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and Acting Director of Traffic and Parking (T&P) Robert Bradley announced today that the City of Somerville will waive all snow emergency violations issued during the February 10th snow storm, provided that the vehicle owners acknowledge that they have reviewed City's snow emergency policies and procedures by signing a waiver, which will be available at City Hall and T&P. Community members are also encouraged to enlist in the City's Connect CTY notification system. The abatement will apply only to City-issued parking tickets, and to the portion of tow fees assessed by the City of Somerville ($25). A snow emergency was declared in Somerville effective at 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday when weather reports called for 8 to 10 inches of snow, but recalled at 6:00 p.m. when forecasters predicted less snow accumulation (MORE)

I believe this is the second time?

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