RICHMOND, Va. — Richmond residents and two members of Metropolis Council stated the town’s response to Saturday’s snowstorm was “higher,” however work nonetheless must be completed.
New Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney made some extent to get out in entrance of the storm and stated the town would deal with this snowstorm higher than others up to now.
Stoney even jumped right into a snowplow himself on Saturday.
His spokesperson, Jim Nolan, expressed confidence within the metropolis’s efforts by way of e-mail.
“Our metropolis was flowing with visitors lower than 24 hours after receiving 7-eight inches of snow, and the overwhelming majority of our streets, inclusive of native roads, are very satisfactory,’ Nolan stated.
Nonetheless, greater than two days after the top of the storm, many secondary roads all through the town stay coated in ice and slush.
Kevon Monroe sometimes will get picked up by buddies in entrance of his home on Richmond’s Southside off Hull Road, however not this time.
“They don’t need to wreck,” Monroe stated.
Monroe stated he already fell as soon as on his ice-coated street, and he want to see extra from the town.
“They should do extra than simply sand,” Monroe stated.
New Councilman Michael Jones, who represents a part of the Southside, confirmed CBS 6 reporter Melissa Hipolit video he captured Sunday when he drove down Hull Road from Richmond into Chesterfield.
He stated the video exhibits the a part of Hull Road in Richmond was nonetheless snow coated, whereas the half in Chesterfield was not.
Jones referred to as the town’s efforts fairly good, however admitted they nonetheless want work.
“It might be nice to make it possible for our roads are as clear as Chesterfield’s,” Jones stated.
Throughout city within the Museum District, Floyd Avenue stays coated in a strong sheet of ice.
“It’s all ice, it’s all ice… I imply, it truly is harmful,” Cara Armes, who lives on Floyd Avenue stated.
She stated she was not conscious the brand new Mayor made some extent of making an attempt to do extra to deal with snow coated roads.
“They haven’t made it right here but. I don’t see that in any respect truthfully,” Armes stated.
We confirmed Armes’ councilman, Andreas Addison, her road.
“It’s an issue, however I do comprehend it’s solely been two days,” Addison stated.
Addison, who can also be new to council, stated the town improved snow removing this go round, however extra must be executed.
“I’m engaged on it,” Addison advised a person driving by.
In the meantime, Nolan stated the town’s “storm cleanup operations are ongoing and can proceed all through the night time.”
“We’re spreading sand…