The snow continues to fall at this hour and it is reported we are to receive even more snow before it tapers off around midnight.
PCVST team has been at work since midnight to stay on top of the snow
removal. Right now, we are focused on clearing the drivable roads
ensuring access for emergency vehicles along with terrace level entry
and exit points. In addition, we are clearing the perimeter sidewalks
but struggling to keep them clear due to drifting snow off of 1st Avenue
and 20th street. Know that over 50 of our team are out in the storm
operating machinery and shovels to keep the roads and pathways safe.
as Mayor De Blasio has asked everyone to stay inside, for those who
venture outside, be warned that there is significant black ice (under
the snow pack and covering cleared areas) and snow drifting.
Conditions are dangerous and we also encourage everyone to stay inside.
the expected termination of the snow around midnight, the team will
continue to work into the early morning to clear roads and paths in
preparation for the morning’s activity. Our equipment will continue to
make noise and as such, we ask for your forgiveness.
Sunday services operation will be limited as we return the complex to
normalcy. As always, the resident services representatives are on the
phone to take any emergency calls. We ask that any non-emergency calls
be held until Monday simply because we are not sure how many associates
can make it to PCVST tomorrow. Trash pick-up today was extremely limited
and it is expected that tomorrow’s pick up will be as well solely due
to the sanitation team assisting with snow removal. As for all other
services and activities (Oval Services, ICE, Oval Café, etc.), it is a
fair assumption that they will not operate tomorrow but will return to
normal operating hours on Monday.
are grateful for your patience and want you to know that the dedicated
associates of PCVST are tirelessly working to get us back to normal as
quickly as possible.
Please reach out to me or anyone on our team if there’s any way we can assist you.
reach out to me or anyone on our team if there’s any way we can assist
you at the Resident Services number of 212-420-5000.
StuyTown | 276 1St Avenue Loop | New York, NY 10009
Phone: 212.614-5848 | Cell: 239-340-1405
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