By Jordan Heller
MANHATTAN — Despite the city's efforts to get back to a "normal routine," the mayor's website says alternate side parking regulations will remain suspended on Monday, a week after a blizzard crippled Manhattan.
Other parking regulations, including meters, will remain in effect and garbage pickup and street sweeping is scheduled to resume in a limited capacity Monday.
Still, it's short of what Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty hoped for earlier in the week while speaking during Mayor Michael Bloomberg's weekly radio program on WOR Newstalk Radio.
"It's the first Monday of the year and we have to get back to a normal routine," Doherty said.