The snow may be finally disappearing, but the Bloomberg Administration was still under fire Wednesday for its response to the post-Christmas blizzard.
No matter where you went in the Tri-State Area on Thursday there was no escaping the aftermath of a Wednesday snowstorm that dropped as much as 20 inches in certain spots.
New York City sets aside $38 million a year for snow removal, but the Bloomberg Administration admits they spent more than that digging out of the post-Christmas blizzard alone.
The City Council was expected to receive another dose of blizzard backlash Thursday night.
The airline canceled 1,400 flights in a span of five days before, during and after the blizzard. It normally runs 600 flights per day.
It won’t be as bad as the Blizzard of 2010 but the Tri-State area is once again bracing for some significant snowfall.