The Last Of It?

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Bloomfield Avenue at Sunset
Bloomfield Avenue at Sunset

Verona Public Works plows were still out today, a week after the blizzard. But today the snow job was removing the towering mounds of white stuff that obstruct the vision of drivers trying to make turns at big intersections like this one, at  Sunset and Bloomfield Avenues. Clearing the corners also makes it easier and safer for pedestrians crossing the street. When kids start walking to school again on Monday after a week off for winter break, they won’t disappear into the snow at the crosswalks. Way to go, DPW. Here’s hoping that’s it for the season.

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Julia Martin Langan
Julia Martin Langanhttps://myveronanj.com
Julia Martin Langan moved to Verona in 1989. A long-time journalist, she has been on the staff of Money, Sports Illustrated, Bride’s and Redbook magazines. Her articles on health and parenting appear in a variety of national publications, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Newsday, Parents, Good Housekeeping, Harper’s Bazaar, Self and Family Circle. She and her husband Greg have three school-aged children, and are members of Our Lady of the Lake Church. You can reach Julia at [email protected].

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