Mayor Bill de Blasio admits flaws in city's snow response

The mayor said that he determined more could

The mayor said that he determined more could have been done to help Manhattan’s upper east side. (January 23, 2014 9:06 AM)

Mayor Bill de Blasio is acknowledging flaws in the city's snow response after initially defending all of its cleanup efforts. The mayor backtracked Wednesday night following criticism that plowing fell behind on Manhattan's upper east side. He had said during a news conference following the snowstorm that all neighborhoods and boroughs were treated equally, and commended the Department of Sanitation...

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