JERSEY CITY - Some areas of suburban New Jersey are still not plowed, while urban areas are facing their own set of problems three days after a blizzard slammed the state.
Residents of New Jersey's cities are being forced to deal with their cars being plowed in. Jersey City Mayor Jerry Healy says that every road in his city should be able to handle one lane of traffic in each direction. He says it didn't happen as quickly as he'd like since abandoned cars were left behind during the storm.
Healy says all building owners are required to shovel their sidewalks by now.
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