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Main Street Somerville Feels the Effects of Blizzard

The green surrounding the historic Somerset County Courthouse is covered by a blanket of snow. Credits: Rod Hirsch
The Division Street pedestrian mall is covered by snow; residents and merchants were shoveling their paths from the doorways.  Credits: Rod Hirsch
A huge mound of snow is piled up at the south end of the Divison Street Pedestrian Mall opposite the US Post Office. Credits: Rod Hirsch
A bicycle chained to a metal fence on Main Street is covered by snow. Credits: Rod Hirsch
Icicles formed from the snow melting off the roof of the Somerset Hotel on East Main Street. Credits: Rod Hirsch
A blanket of snow covers the steps leading into the United Reformed Church at 100 W. Main St. Credits: Rod Hirsch
The sidewalk in front of the United Reformed Church on Main Street is pink from the snow melt sprinkled on the walkway. Credits: Rod Hirsch
Mannion's Irish Pub and Restaurant at 150 W. Main St. was shoveled out and open for business. Credits: Courtesy Mannion's Pub

SOMERVILLE, NJ - Somerville Mayor Brian Gallagher is asking residents to be patient as the Department of Public Works continues to tackle the massive clean-up job left behind by an unprecedented blizzard that left nearly 30 inches of snow on the ground.

"It's going to take time; they're doing the best that they can," Gallagher said.

A convoy of state, county and borough plows worked through the day to clear the roadways during the storm Saturday and all day Sunday.

The borough DPW work crews will be back at it Monday and will continue throughout the week, according to Steve Wieman, coordinator of the borough's Office of Emergency Management.

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