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DC Street Sweeping Resumes March 23

by Borderstan.com February 28, 2009 at 1:46 pm 0

Hallelujah. The DC Department of Public Works resumes street sweeping-cleaning on March 23. Remember to move your car on the appropriate day. From DPW:

Please be advised that daytime mechanical street sweeping will resume in scheduled, signed residential neighborhoods on Monday, March 23, 2009. Alternate-side parking restrictions in these areas will go into effect as well. Parking tickets, which carry a $30 fine, will be issued, beginning March 30, to vehicles parked during street sweeping hours in areas posted with “No Parking/Street Cleaning” signs. Beginning March 30, parked cars also may be towed to allow the sweepers access to the curbside. Generally, parking is prohibited for two hours while sweeping is underway.

DC streets and sidewalks get really nasty in the winter and I wish DPW would figure out a way to sweep the streets at least once every three or four weeks during the winter. It doesn’t get that cold here during an average winter; there must be some way to do it. For the taxes we pay…

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