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When Will My Street Be Plowed?

Residents report roads were cleared continuously throughout the storm.

Shoveling was the morning exercise on Friday around Bayport. Photo by Judy Mottl/Patch.
Shoveling was the morning exercise on Friday around Bayport. Photo by Judy Mottl/Patch.
After the snow, if there were one pressing question by local residents, it’s this: when will my street be plowed?

In Sayville, Blue Point and Bayport, most Patch readers report hearing and seeing plows and sanders beginning Thursday evening and early Friday morning.

Residents noted on Patch's Facebook that most main roads were clear Friday morning.

"Main ones are pretty well plowed, considering the storm is still underway," offered up Eric Arthur Blair.

"I saw plows in Blue Point around 11 last night and heard them again in the middle of the night," shared Stephanie Seff Makowski. Kathy Devine also reported hearing plows all night.

Noah C. Carphotography reported that most of north Bayport had been plowed by noon on Friday.

As of 7:30 a.m. Friday Islip Town officials told Patch that it's 200-plus snow removal vehicles were making the third swing through the town's 1,200 miles or roadway.

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We hope you'll share your photos of the storm, the roads, picturesque landscapes and snow angels with Patch. Email them to judy.mottl@patch.com and let us know how you're faring in the dig out.


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Sarah West January 04, 2014 at 06:29 AM
SATURDAY MORNING 6:30AM, STILL NOT PLOWED
Ed Horcrantz January 04, 2014 at 09:02 AM
Holbrook area is horrible. Thank you Islip Town for forgetting us again.
Tim January 04, 2014 at 09:40 PM
Ed, this is Sayville-Bayport Patch. You should be on Sachem Patch.
Tom Mariner January 04, 2014 at 09:44 PM
I'm thankful for the quick and continuous plowing, but since every plow driver feels he has to widen the distance between those snow banks on the side, often the winter road steals part of lawns. i just notice a foot or so of grass and dirt on top of the pile on the side of the road. Probably my fault for not putting either those cute red sticks on the edge of the grass. To be honest, am thinking of a big iron pipe driven five feet into ground at the edge of my property so the plow driver would get a loud, damaging reminder where the street ended.
Sarah West January 05, 2014 at 03:49 PM
SUNDAY AFTERNOON 3:45PM, MY STREET IN SOUTH BLUE POINT IS STILL NOT PLOWED. IN FACT, IT IS THE ONLY STREET IN THIS NEIGHBORHOOD THAT IS NOT PLOWED AND HAS NO TRACE OF BLACKTOP FOR 2,000 FEET. OTHER DEAD END SHORTER STREETS HAVE BEEN PLOWED. NOT THIS STREET. WHY NOT TOB?

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