1/21/15 – 6:52 A.M.
North Baltimore village council members took aim at snow removal efforts during their Tuesday meeting. The Courier reports several council members voiced their complaints, including criticism of plow crews moving snow to the middle of Main Street.
The village has a snow route ordinance on the books. It requires cars to be removed from certain streets to allow for plowing. Officials say the law is not enforced. Some signs have been removed or are unreadable.
Village Administrator Donna Dettling said the safety of North Baltimore residents is a priority.
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