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Shoveling Out Along The Sound Shore

It was rough going on Monday for pedestrians along Route 1 in Port Chester, where some stretches of sidewalk were shoveled but others were not. This walker trudges through snow near Pearl Street. A stretch near Kohl's Shopping Center also was bad.
It was rough going on Monday for pedestrians along Route 1 in Port Chester, where some stretches of sidewalk were shoveled but others were not. This walker trudges through snow near Pearl Street. A stretch near Kohl's Shopping Center also was bad. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
Public works' employees were out in force in Port Chester, clearing intersections and sidewalks after the weekend snowstorm. Here, a worker shovels at the corner of Pearl Street and Route 1 early Monday afternoon.
Public works' employees were out in force in Port Chester, clearing intersections and sidewalks after the weekend snowstorm. Here, a worker shovels at the corner of Pearl Street and Route 1 early Monday afternoon. Photo Credit: Jon Craig
A stretch of Ridge Street in Rye on Monday shows the depth of snow in southern Westchester.
A stretch of Ridge Street in Rye on Monday shows the depth of snow in southern Westchester. Photo Credit: Jon Craig

PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Westchester's Sound Shore communities continued to dig out on Monday following the weekend snowstorm.

In Port Chester, a small army of mini-bulldozers, public works employees and dump trucks were out in force to clear intersections, snow piles and sidewalks

About 3 p.m. on Monday, Westchester Avenue in Port Chester was closed down at Main Street as crews cleared corners in the village's downtown area and near the shopping mall/cinema and Metro-North train station.

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