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Brookline Declares Snow Emergency Ahead Of Stella – No School

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Brookline has declared a snow emergency beginning Tuesday March 14 at 6:00 a.m. and remaining in effect until Wednesday March 15 at noon.

Parking will be prohibited on all public ways while the emergency is in effect, said Commissioner Andrew Pappastergion of the Brookline Department of Public Works in a statement.

This means town offices and libraries will be closed.

Superintendent Andrew Bott also declared there will be no school Tuesday.

Trash will not be collected on Tuesday. Tuesday’s trash will be picked up on Wednesday; however please do not put any trash at curbside before 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday. Also note that the Wednesday through Friday trash routes will be collected normally.

Because of the large amount of predicted snowfall, DPW plows will be pushing back snow banks as much as possible to allow for safe passage of emergency vehicles, according to the statement.

For more information, please visit here: www.brooklinema.gov