Police advise residents to remove snow from sidewalks
On February 13, 2013 a message will be sent to residents and businesses in the City of Milford through the “Milford Alerts System”. The message is as follows:
Milford Chief of Police, Keith Mello sent a message on Wednesday, Feb. 13 to residents and businesses in the City of Milford through the “Milford Alerts System”. The message is as follows:
“Hello, this is the Chief of Police, Keith Mello. I would like to speak to you regarding an important public safety message. I realize that all of you have been impacted by the unprecedented snow storm that we experienced last Friday and into Saturday. Removing the snow from our streets, driveways and walks has been a significant challenge for everyone,” the message read.
“While the Public Works Department continues to clear snow from our roadways, it is important that residents remove the snow from the sidewalks in front of their homes, so that our children will be able to safely walk to their bus stops and that our schools can re-open. Fortunately, the snow pack has been reduced with the milder weather and now is a good time to clear your sidewalks and make our community safer for everyone. Thank you for your cooperation and have a good night.”
Residents who are interested in enrolling in the Milford Alerts citywide notification system can visit the City of Milford website at www.ci.milford.ct.us and click on the Milford Alerts tab.