Milford postpones St. Patrick's Day parade

The city has decided to push the parade back one week.

The city has decided to push the parade back one week. (3/12/15)

MILFORD - Milford officials have announced the Saint Patrick's Day parade on Saturday has been postponed.

The city has been doing a major cleanup this week to try to get rid of the mounds of snow left around the route.

The city says about 20,000 people come out to the parade each year, making it the second largest in the state.

Public works crews are removing the snow off the parade route so people can watch.

The city says the parade will now take place on Saturday, March 21 at 1 p.m.

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