Roads in Utica finally clear after last week's snow
Mar. 21, 2017
UTICA, N.Y. (AP) — Streets in Utica are mostly clear again a week after a massive storm dropped more than two feet snow on the city in central New York.
Mayor Robert Palmieri said Monday afternoon that all roads in the city were drivable, though crews were still working to widen lanes on several streets.
The storm last Tuesday dropped three feet of snow on portions of central New York.
Palmieri thanked state officials for helping out with equipment, manpower, resources and financial support.