Sidewalks, streets remain treacherous in Hoboken after snow

HOBOKEN - Although traffic may be moving along many streets in Hoboken, city sidewalks remain a treacherous and slippery journey.

Benches and parking meters along several blocks of Washington Avenue remain buried in snow drifts four days after a blizzard walloped the state.

People living and working on that stretch tell News 12 New Jersey they are troubled by the city's response to clean up the snow, saying it took two days to see a plow or salt truck.

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