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Topic - Sanitation Department
TV weatherman Al Roker and New York City's mayor made up Monday after a spat over snow and school closings.
Sanitation officials have issued a snow alert ahead of what meteorologists say will likely be more of a coating than a big winter storm.
Mayor Bill de Blasio says "no one was treated differently" when it comes to snow cleanup.
Shortly after the ball dropped in Times Square, cleanup crews got to work with brooms and blowers to clear the confetti paper, pizza boxes, streamers, popped balloons and empty soda bottles littered on the sidewalks and push them into the street after the massive New Year's celebration at the crossroads of the world.
Two New York City sanitation workers were forced to pay a $2,000 fine after they accepted a $10 tip from a local resident.
New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg reportedly was booed Saturday during the St. Patrick's Day Parade in the Hurricane Sandy-ravaged Rockaways in the borough of Queens.
First, he limited the size of drinks allowed throughout the city. Now Mayor Bloomberg and his administration are mulling a ban on the plastic foam cups they're sold in.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg acknowledged Thursday that the city's response to the blizzard that dropped 20 inches of snow was "inadequate and unacceptable" and said it would be reviewed, but he continued to be criticized.