Mayor: NYC Will Handle Next Snowstorm Better

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    Mayor Bill de Blasio is vowing to learn from mistakes made in response to this week's snowstorm. Checkey Beckford reports. (Published Saturday, Jan 25, 2014)

    Mayor Bill de Blasio is vowing to learn from mistakes made in response to this week's snowstorm.

    Several neighborhoods, including the Upper East Side, were not plowed effectively, snarling traffic.

    Some areas of Staten Island still had snow-covered streets Friday, three days after the storm that left up to 11 inches of snow on the city.

    De Blasio denied that Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty's job was in jeopardy. Doherty, who also worked for ex-mayor Michael Bloomberg, is serving in an interim capacity.

    Mayor Says "More Could Have Been Done" In Snow Cleanup

    [NY] Mayor Says "More Could Have Been Done" In Snow Cleanup
    After defending against critics who claimed certain parts of the city were snubbed by snow plows, the Mayor says more could have been done to serve the Upper East Side. Michael George reports (Published Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014)

    De Blasio personally inspected the Upper East Side in the wake of the storm. He says he'll do the same on Staten Island.

    The mayor also says it is a coincidence that some of unplowed neighborhoods did not vote for him in November's election.

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    Cars were spinning out across the Upper East Side Wednesday after the storm dumped nearly a foot of snow on the streets. Andrew Siff reports. (Published Thursday, Jan 23, 2014)

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