What a difference a day can make. It's great to wake up to blue skies and sunshine. Now the hard work of digging begins for most of us. Shoveling is a very strenuous job and we want all residents to remain safe. Please exercise extreme caution if you are undertaking this task. The leading cause of death during these storms are heart attack related. Remember, there is no rush to get out and pace yourself as needed.
Our DPW crews have been working around the clock and are doing an amazing job under the circumstances. This was a record breaking storm and with high winds and the drifts this storm created, they will need extra time to get all our roads cleared. Please remain patient. We ask residents, as you clear driveways and sidewalks, please do not push the snow back into the streets.
If you see a DPW truck passing, please give them a thank you and acknowledge their efforts. Please don't forget about our emergency services who all put in extra hours ensuring we were all safe. With awesome employees and volunteers, once again Howell residents came out of this storm unscathed. Enjoy your Sunday and Be safe.
William Gotto, Mayor
Rob Nicastro, Deputy Mayor
Ed Guz, Councilman
Pauline Smith, Councilwoman
Robert Walsh, Councilman