Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino monitors storm

As Westchester County Public Works crews were out making the roads safe, county officials were monitoring the storm.



County Executive Rob Astornio says crews were all around Westchester dealing with different road conditions.



He says county police have not reported many accidents because most residents heeded the precautions to stay off the streets. He says without people on the road, it's easier for DPW crews to plow.



Astorino says his crews were prepared for the storm, and roads were brined on Friday.



He says while the Sound Shore communities have experienced some flooding, the worst is over.



The county executive says crews will continue to work with communities on an as needed basis.



Astorino says the Bee-Line bus service was suspended.



 


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