Monday, February 16, 2015

Rooftops watched closely for signs of trouble

The roofs of city schools are stable, and there are no trouble spots to be worried right now about under all that snow.

Still, with the number of significant storms we've had in a short period of time, the buildings are being monitored.

Kevin O'Maley, chief facilities manager for the Manchester Department of Public Works has crews out regularly to remove snow from rooftops around the city, including our schools.

"We are well ahead of this problem and we currently have no indication that there is any reason for concern," said O'Maley.  "We will continue to watch and take appropriate action."

We thank our city workers for keeping us all safe!

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