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Winter Storm Emergency Declared in Doylestown Borough

Borough residents must remove their cars from public streets and avoid unnecessary travel, officials said

A Winter Storm Emergency is in effect in Doylestown Borough, officials announced Tuesday morning.

A snow storm that is expected to dump as much as nine inches on the region is headed our way. As of Tuesday morning, light snow was falling.

"Mayor Ron Strouse has declared a Winter Storm Emergency for the Borough of Doylestown effective immediately and continuing for the duration of the storm until snow emergency routes have been cleared," the borough announced on its Facebook page.

Residents must remove their cars from public streets and avoid unnecessary travel, officials said. "Vehicles parked on posted snow emergency routes will be ticketed and may be towed," according to the announcement.

kathleen Bieler January 21, 2014 at 03:30 PM
There are quite a few high rises in Doylestown. Beings that approximately 1 foot of snow can equal up to 19,000 pounds or more in weight, would it not be prudent for the town council or 'powers that be' to enforce snow removal laws or codes on these complexes, that hold thousands of people?

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