As the winter storm moved completely away from the northeast, crews plowed the last parts of snow off the road.
All parking passes that were in effect will be reinstated as of Friday evening.
While the emergency was in effect, some did not move cars from the street, with many receiving tickets.
"Unfortunately many people did not heed the snow emergency and left vehicles on the street which hampered plowing operations," said RVCPD Commissioner Charles Gennario.
While cars stuck on the street have been holding up plows, Gennario said the Village was well prepared for the storm. While he reported a "heavier than normal" call volume to the department, he said there were no major emergencies."Village Departments were extremely cooperative with each other and snow plowing and removal operations were conducted throughout the night and are continuing but from the police Department’s point of view, it has been extremely successful so far," he said. Read the full story here.
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