182nd Street in Fresh Meadows not looking too plowed @NYCSanitation @NYCMayorsOffice pic.twitter.com/aBOODkY7oK— (((Rory Lancman))) (@RoryLancman) January 8, 2017
A Queens councilman says the city's PlowNYC program did not measure up during this weekend's snowstorm.
City Councilman Rory Lancman uploaded videos on Twitter showing snow-covered streets in his district.
He said many of them had not been plowed in hours, or at all.
This, despite the streets being marked as recently cleared on PlowNYC - the city's public database that tracks which streets have been plowed.
Did we really expect honesty from BDB's Administration? Really?!
Driving through Forest Hills yesterday, it was clear that while every street I saw had been plowed at least once, many side streets had not been plowed again after the snow ended, leaving them with an inch or three of snow still on the road.
They make it look like the plowed the street when they come up the street with the plow blade up and just salt.
The Plow NYC App is like 311 it gives you the illusion you're doing something. It's useless other than creating jobs for what would otherwise be welfare recipients.
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