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Malden to See More Snow on Tuesday

Check out five things to know for Tuesday, Dec. 17 in Malden.

Snowflakes. Credit: Getty
Snowflakes. Credit: Getty
Here are five things to know for Tuesday, Dec. 17 in Malden:

1. After getting several inches of snow over the weekend, Malden may get 1 to 3 more inches of snow on Tuesday.

2. The Malden City Council meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the City Council Chambers at Malden Government Center, according to an agenda posted on the city website.

3. The Malden Housing Authority meets at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Executive Office, 630 Salem St., according to an agenda posted on the city website.

4. The Malden Traffic Commission meets at 5 p.m. Tuesday in Room 421 at Malden Government Center, according to an agenda posted on the city website.

5. The Malden Redevelopment Authority meets at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in Room 621 at Malden Government Center, according to an agenda posted on the city website.
Matthew December 16, 2013 at 03:06 PM
So the DPW gets a do over this week huh? Don't think it will matter? The streets will be just as much of a joke Wednesday morning as they were Monday morning, and that was after having all of Sunday to get them cleaned up. Lets see if the brainiac who decided no snow emergency for parking on the last storm makes the same idiotic call this time? But then again, in Malden it doesn't matter if the cars are removed from the street for plowing. They still plow three feet off the curb, as if there are cars there anyway. Given the cindition of the streets this morning, they should have cancelled school. I can imagine what their conditions must have been like. Probably the same as the past, kids walking on snow and ice covered sidewalks and climbing over snow banks on school property to get in. Shameful. Some things never change.
WoodStock December 18, 2013 at 10:57 PM
Better job last night than before. It tears me up we must pay our taxes on time, shovel on time, put our trash in Blue Bags, but DPW don't have to plow on time or at all. The DWP does an awful job at keeping up with plowing. What grinds me the most is busting your backside and the DPW plowing right over your driveway and hydrants. We clear the hydrants ( honestly at my age I pay the kids across the way), but make sure they clear walk, steps, hydrants. This city is the pitts, truly it is. Not much Salt/Sand on the roads and very little plowing. WIt until a serious Emergency, then and only then will it get done. It would be the day I ever paid a fine for my sidewalks not being shoveled on time when the city can't even plow on time or correctly. Go to Everett, Medford, Melrose at least it is half way decent there for plowing.

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