Patchogue Village's snow plowing on roads and parking lots is mostly complete, Patchogue Village trustee Joseph Keyes told Patch Sunday evening.
"The roads are done, we had crews out until about 4:30 p.m. yesterday," Keyes said. "All the roads are plowed, salted and sanded."
Keyes said that the Department of Public Works's (DPW) primary focus for Sunday was on clearing out parking lots, and he said that parking access in the Village should now be fine.
Going into Monday, Keyes said that they are going to wait and see what the rain does, and how much snow washes away from it.
Keyes said that the sidewalks may still need work, but they are the responsibility of the business owners.
A Patch reader posted into our Winter Storm 2013 Gallery a short video showing some of the roads in Patchogue Village.
Patchogue Village's snow trucks are the Village's own and separate from the ones plowing North Patchogue, East Patchogue and Medford. The latter three communities fall into the greater Brookhaven Town cleanup efforts.
Update 8:50 p.m.: Patchogue Village Mayor Paul Pontieri told Patch that drivers and pedestrians should still be careful on the streets Monday.
"My biggest concern is dangers on the streets with kids and cars," Pontieri said.
While the snow has been cleared off the roads, conditions will likely be icy as freezing rain has been forecasted for Monday.
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