While the storm has come and gone, here are some helpful tips to remember from the City of Summit.
The winter storm dumped about 14 inches of snow on Summit between Friday night and Saturday morning, according to the National Weather Service. Here are some tips from Paul Cascais, Superintendent of Summit Department of Public Works, and Beth Kinney, Director of Community Services in Summit: Here are a few other tips, published on the City of Summit's website:
DPW Superintendent Paul Cascais, Director of Community Services Beth Kinney outline city's preparations for the incoming storm, which could bring 10 to 14 inches to the area.
Winter Storm Nemo is heading our way, promising to drop 10 to 14 inches of snow, and the City of Summit is fully prepared for anything it throws down on the hilltop. Paul Cascais, Superintendent of Public Works in Summit, said a brine solution has already been put down on the roads to help melt some of the snow when it hits the street. Plus, DPW has a stockpile of salt at their facility, as well as 17 trucks fitted with plows — three from a subcontractor — which are ready to tackle the roadways. “All of our staff members are on call. We have two 12-hour shifts for snow fighting and that includes operators that will operate trucks for de-icing of the roadways with salt material, and then we’ll start plowing when there’s about three inches …