Residents prepare for work week after storm

Despite large amounts of snow still around following Saturday's snowstorm, many Bronx residents are preparing to head back to work Monday.

Despite large amounts of snow still around following Saturday's snowstorm, many Bronx residents are preparing to head back to work Monday.

Despite large amounts of snow still around following Saturday's snowstorm, many Bronx residents are preparing to head back to work Monday. (1/24/16)

THE BRONX - Despite large amounts of snow still around following Saturday's snowstorm, many Bronx residents are preparing to head back to work Monday.

Mayor Bill de Blasio has canceled alternate side parking through Friday to avoid messy roads.

Residents say they plan on continuing to shovel and dig out their cars in order to make it to work.

 

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