New Haven police warn of snow removal enforcement

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NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The New Haven Police Department is warning residents about its snow removal enforcement this winter.

The department says any snow or sleet that falls on a sidewalk or footpath that the public uses must be removed by the owner of the land, building or bridge.

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In addition, it is illegal to throw, place or plow snow or ice into the street from private property or the sidewalk.

Violators will be hit with a $250 fine.

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