Post-blizzard frustrations mounting in Milford

Mayor Ben Blake says crews have cleared more than two-thirds of the city's roads, but people are still left fending for themselves. At the Catherine

Mayor Ben Blake says crews have cleared more than two-thirds of the city's roads.

Mayor Ben Blake says crews have cleared more than two-thirds of the city's roads. (2/11/13)

MILFORD - Post-blizzard frustrations are mounting across the state, especially in Milford, which took on some of the highest snowfall totals.

Mayor Ben Blake says crews have cleared more than two-thirds of the city's roads, but people are still left fending for themselves. At the Catherine McKeen public housing complex, tenants took to the streets to shovel out of concern for their older neighbors.

The executive director of the Milford Housing Authority says the agency was initially able to make all but two public housing complexes passable. 

To hear a phone interview with Milford Mayor Ben Blake, click on News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612. 
 

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