Norwalk mayor: Crews finishing cleanup

Norwalk Mayor Dick Moccia says he hopes things will be mostly back to normal by tomorrow, barring the freezing rain forecast. Sidewalks have been cleared

Norwalk Mayor Dick Moccia says crews were out

Norwalk Mayor Dick Moccia says crews were out all night and all the main arteries in town have been cleared. (Credit: News 12 Connecticut)

NORWALK - Norwalk's highway department is finishing its cleanup from this weekend's storm and Mayor Dick Moccia says he hopes things will be mostly back to normal by tomorrow, barring the freezing rain forecast.

Moccia says crews were out all night and all the main arteries in town have been cleared. School parking lots were cleaned out and Moccia says he's contacted the district superintendent to see whether schools will open on-time or delayed, because of the chance of freezing rain.

Sidewalks have been cleared in town and Moccia is asking for business owners and homeowners to clear their own sidwalks as well. He also asks for people with snowblowers to not have the snow blown back into the street, as it's against the law and makes the plows' job more difficult.

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