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Readers: Thanks a Million to the Plow People

Facebook commenters gave their thank-yous to hardworking highway department workers for clearing North Fork roads.

Some locals might be frustrated by the plowing in parts of town, but workers have been pulling long shifts to get roads cleared, and many have wanted to extend "thank yous" to those workers.

Here's some feedback we got from North Fork Patch Facebook fans on those whose job never seems to be over during and after big snows. Feel free to comment in the boxes below, add pictures to this post and share your snow stories.

"Yes, thanks to all the folks in Town Hall, esp. the Highway Department. Also thanks to the first responders and volunteer firefighters, many of whom camped out at firehouse to be on call. You are the BEST!" — Edana McCaffery Cichanowicz

"Thank you for your hard work. Stay warm and return safely to your families." — Denise Lechler

"Thank you for all your hard work!" — Michelle N Scott Edgett

"You all did a wonderful job, Southold is great, the other towns could learn a lesson from Southold. Thank you..." — Dorothy Faeth

Related:

Most North Fork Roads Now Passable

Russell Asks Residents To Keep Travel To A Minimum

State Sends Extra Snow Removal Help

Southold No Longer in State of Emergency

mike edelson February 13, 2013 at 12:35 AM
Special thanks to Scott Russel for continually shoveling since he took office.
chris digregorio February 13, 2013 at 02:40 AM
I work for the state in Brookhaven township and after three days from the blizzard, it looks like a war zone. Alot of equipment, a little to late, political statement I think. Thanks Southold town, its nice to drive home to you!
barbara radich February 13, 2013 at 01:49 PM
Thank you !,love ole jule lane
Marcella Winters February 17, 2013 at 03:55 PM
Marcella Winters: Thank you to the Highway Dept, esp. Billy Gaffga who plowed the roads and led the Police Dept and Rescue Squad to the emergency for Fred Fiedler (my brother).

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