Mount Kisco Recovers from January Snow

In the first snow storm since October, the members of Mount Kisco’s Highway Department are cleaning up the roads. By about noon, the main roads were clear. As the pictures below show, Route 117 south of Guard Hill (left) and Route 133 going over the railroad tracks (middle), the roads were clear. Driving south on Route 117 from Bedford Hills, there was a noticeable difference between Bedford and Mount Kisco. Mount Kisco roads were plowed.

The members of the Highway Department were clearing the walkways near the library to allow patrons to access the library. Although many programs are closed, library staff braved the snow and opened the library, something to enjoy on a snowy day.

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One Response to Mount Kisco Recovers from January Snow

  1. Bill O' says:

    Good to see you back.

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