Brookhaven deputy supervisor: Crews working nonstop to plow roads

Town officials say an influx of heavier trucks from the city and upstate should help speed up the cleaning process. (2/11/13)

SELDEN - Suffolk town officials say crews are working nonstop to plow every street.

At town halls across Suffolk, phones have been ringing off the hook with residents angrily asking when plows will reach their neighborhood.

Dan Panico, the deputy town supervisor in Brookhaven, says the town has 2,600 miles of road to plow. Panico says the large amount of roads combined with 3 feet of wet snow make it tough for plows to get through quickly.

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Town officials say an influx of heavier trucks from the city and upstate should help speed up the cleaning process.

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