New York City Issued More Than 2,500 Tickets To Residents Who Didn’t Shovel Ice And Snow
|On one snowy stretch of 48th St. in Borough Park, Brooklyn, an inch of black ice in front of four adjacent homes yesterday sent passersby slipping and sliding.|
“This is against Jewish law,” railed Meir Shalom Rosenberg, 58, after he almost fell. “By not shoveling, they are causing people to get hurt.”
Property owners have to clear ice and snow from their sidewalks within...