Piles of trash left uncollected because of the snow have begun to fester, sending up a stink, locals say.
Ice from a speeding snowplow shattered the windows and hurt customers at Exo Cafe on Austin Street.
The city is looking at yet another snowfall Tuesday.
The Department of Sanitation issued a call for Emergency Snow Laborers to start working on Thursday.
Lenworth Dixon had been with the Department of Sanitation since 1988.
A ruptured water main temporarily blocked exits from FDR Drive early Monday morning, officials said.
Police arrested a 52-year-old man for a string of Lower Manhattan thefts.
When asked how many layers he had on, the Mayor opting to show rather than tell.
The mayor said emergency response times were a minute slower than usual and warned of icy roadways.
Subways and buses are running, schools are closed, roads are slick, and there's no trash pickup.
Bill de Blasio vowed the city would make sure all five boroughs are taken care of in the snow storm.
The Sanitation Department will begin its annual Christmas tree curbside collection program Monday.
The snow began falling about 8 a.m., according to the National Weather Service.
The city could get up to 4 inches of snow Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service.
A plan is in place to move bikes and dig out docking stations, the DOT said.
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