Budget Buster

Latest Winter Storm’s One Too Many For City’s Snow Removal Allocation

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Posted: March 19, 2013

Chris Michaels of Harrisonburg removes the snow from his car before heading out for work Monday morning. While the snowstorm was a relatively minor inconvenience for residents, it dug deeper into the city’s snow removal allocation, costing up to $12,000. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Horses belonging to Old Order Mennonites patiently wait with their buggies on Hinton Road in Rockingham County Monday morning after a night’s snowfall that measured 2.5 inches at the Dale Enterprise Weather Station.
As spring draws near, Sunday night’s snowstorm creates a snowy landscape of farmland seen from Silver Lake Road Monday morning.
HARRISONBURG — A heavy late-winter storm and several near misses have combined to put the city over budget for snow removal. 

By the end of Monday, the minor storm that sprinkled about 2 to 3...


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