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Manchester residents stay home, crews clean up after storm
MANCHESTER — More than 80 personnel and 45 pieces of equipment were deployed by Manchester Public Works on Wednesday in response to the major snowstorm that socked the area.
Tim Clougherty, Deputy Director of Manchester Public Works, said during the day that the snow was not being too troublesome.
"We always advise people to limit their travel on days like these," Clougherty said. It appeared city residents heeded that advice for much of the day.
The winter storm warning issued by the National Weather Service was scheduled to remain in effect until 1 a.m. Thursday.
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