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ROADS WERE TREATED WITH BRINE ON FRIDAY IN ANTICIPATION OF SLIPPERY CONDITIONS...HOLIDAY PARTY DEC 2
Release Date: December 11, 2016

In anticipation of the slippery road conditions expected late Sunday the Department of Public Works has been proactive.  Many of our roads that have caused problems in the past were treated with brine on Friday.  Brine helps accelerate cleanup and keeps roads safer during the early portion of snow, icy road conditions. Brine also saves overtime costs and reduces injuries. Placing brine on the street also helps with traction in advance of crews coming out to clear snow.

This is a link to an article about brine that appeared in a Boston website. Brine is used by other public works departments around the country in anticipation of snow.

http://archive.boston.com/business/gallery/brinesolution?pg=2
 

 

Come to a “Holiday High Tea” on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm in the Town Clerk’s office at Greenburgh Town Hall,  1st floor, 177 Hillside Avenue, White Plains/Greenburgh, NY  10607!  Tea, holiday biscuits, cookies and desserts will be served while residents/guests are introduced to services provided by the Office of the Town Clerk and are invited to share the significance of the upcoming season from a cultural perspective.  Be prepared to share your statement, “I remember when…” describing a special moment with family and/or friends that relates to a unique cultural aspect of celebrating the season.  We are a cultural mosaic, here in Greenburgh, and we want to celebrate this phenomenon.   Statements will be recorded and shared via Greenburgh Cable Access Television.   If someone prefers not to be videotaped, their request will, of course, be honored.  Please RSVP, by Monday, Dec. 19th,  to Judith Beville, Greenburgh Town Clerk atjbeville@greenburghny.com.  

Paul Feiner

 

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