January 7, 2011
Traffic makes its way along East Broadway during a snow storm Friday in New York. Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s administration is readying its emergency-response team, determined not to take another political pummeling. Less than two weeks after a post-Christmas blizzard paralyzed the city and its airports for days, the beleaguered mayor on Thursday detailed new and experimental plans for cleanup after the coming storm.
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NEW YORK (AP) — New York City came out overprepared Friday for a weak storm that delivered just a few inches of snow — not enough to plow in most places and likely not enough for the mayor to redeem himself from a disastrous response to a post-Christmas blizzard.