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Residents asked to help tackle dangerous snow piles
Residents asked to help tackle dangerous snow piles

HOLLAND, Mich.—While higher temperatures may melt some of the snow, the City of Holland is hoping residents will also help eliminate snow dangers with the help of their shovels.

The city says it does not have enough manpower or equipment to clear every street corner of high snows, so community members are asked to help by shoveling up snow piles blocking visibility and move them several feet away, increasing visibility.  

Drivers are also asked to pull into driveways so they do not block sidewalks, and private plow operators should remove “windrows” that block sidewalks.  Property owners are also reminded to follow the city’s ordinance and clear their sidewalks. Residents and businesses are also encouraged to clear bus pick up areas.

More than 115 inches of snow have fallen in Holland this winter.

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