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Sundown in the Snowstorm [PHOTOS]

Posted March 8, 2018 at 5:08 am

During yesterday’s Nor’Easter, the apocalyptic predictions of being buried in feet of snow ultimately translated to an accumulation of instant slush. The real photogenic time to capture this mess was during sundown, the golden hour, when the storm began to intensify. The wet socks and frozen hands were worth it. Some photos…

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Fallen Tree Cleared from Mott Street

Posted September 2, 2009 at 6:09 am

The verdict is in.  Apparently it takes a week and a half to clear away fallen tree limbs in the neighborhood.  As of last night, the coast is all clear on Mott Street just north of Houston.

Mott Street Tree Remains an Obstruction

Posted September 1, 2009 at 6:19 am

Over a week after a tree outside 307 Mott Street snapped in half, cleanup efforts are nowhere in sight.  The dead branch remains an obstruction on the sidewalk, the yellow caution tape torn from its initial perimeter position.  Seriously, how long does it take to truck in the industrial strength wood chipper?

Mott Street Tree

Posted August 26, 2009 at 6:19 am

This tree is another casualty of the recent stormy weather that passed through the city.  One major branch snapped cleanly from the trunk, and now blocks the sidewalk outside 307 Mott Street (corner of Houston).  The caution tape is in place, as the mess has been sitting stagnant for days.  As of last night, still […]