1 year later, city paying for blizzard

One year after the massive snowstorm that struck New York City over Christmas weekend, the city has paid out almost $2 million in claims to

THE BRONX - One year after the massive snowstorm that struck New York City over Christmas weekend, the city has paid out almost $2 million in claims to those affected by the blizzard.

According to New York City Comptroller John Liu, the largest payout went to a man who fell in an improperly shoveled, icy parking lot.

The city paid the man $150,000 in a settlement.

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