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Orangetown Supervisor Shares Snow Update

Orangetown Supervisor Andy Stewart sent an update from town hall Friday afternoon, including a planned warming center for Saturday.

Orangetown Supervisor Andy Stewart began an update from town hall regarding Friday's snow with a suggestion for residents.

"In the meantime, you can help by limiting your travel to avoid the possibility of an accident that might tie up our emergency servicdes unnesessarily," Stewart wrote

Orangetown Town Hall will serve as a warming center Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday if necessary. There will also be an activity outside.

"On a lighter note, I will lead a snowman making action ont he lawn of town hall tomorrow, Saturday, at 2 p.m.," Stewart wrote. "There will be hot chocolate. Please come help build a snow sculpture. With global warming, the art of snow sculpture may be lost and we need to pass these skills on to the next generation."

Stewart also encouraged resients to send picturs of local snow sculptures to him supervisor@orangetown.com. 

Roger Pellegrini February 09, 2013 at 11:42 AM
"Stewart also encouraged resients to send picturs of local snow sculptures to him supervisor@orangetown.com." IS THIS REALLY NECESSARY?
Carlo Pellegrini February 09, 2013 at 12:29 PM
Roger, While we don't know each other, though we might be related in some way, 'necessary' isn't the point. The point is that Andy has the snow situation under control and is bringing a bit of humanism to the role of Town Supervisor. Have you lost your sense of wonder, Roger? Did you never have an adult take an interest in your snowman when you were a kid? Andy is making the best of a tough situation. Good for him.
A.M. Barnard February 22, 2013 at 05:10 AM
Roger, I hope you understand what Carlo the Wise was trying to say, and hope you got outside to make a snow sculpture yourself. You need to have some fun and lighten up, dude.

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