Snow-covered cars and driveways blocked by snow from plows are causing headaches for many New Yorkers.
Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, resident Peter Quamina said Monday that he spent hours over the weekend shoveling out the front of his driveway only for it to be blocked again by sanitation plows.
Lancelot Messiah, of Queens, says he spent the entire weekend at his sister’s Brooklyn apartment because his car got buried in snow. He had dug his car out on Sunday but the plows buried him back in.
The director of a charter school in Brooklyn, Wanda Morales, says trains will be the preferred option for many of her teachers. Normally the street parking around the school is reserved for teachers, but that’s suspended until Wednesday.