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Virginia highway officials say the state is likely to exceed its $157 million snow removal budget by more than $100 million.
Winter's not over yet, but area governments are checking to see just how much of a dent snow removal efforts put in their budgets.
Drivers who ignored snow emergency signs and parked their cars anyway during last week's major winter storm may have learned an expensive lesson.
Maryland state officials apologized for damage to homes along Interstate 270 from snow removal crews and urges homeowners to file a claim with the state.
The City of Manassas got hit with about a foot of snow and maintenance workers have been working around the clock to remove it.
The conveyor belt of winter storms has exhausted budgets for snow removal -- well before the season ends.
The Prince George's County Department of Public Works requests that residents park on the even-numbered sides of residential streets, or in their driveways, to make things easier for snowplows.
Much of the money set aside for snow cleanup in Virginia and Maryland has already been spent.
The Virginia Department of Transportation has unveiled an online tool that will tell residents of Northern Virginia just when the plows will arrive.
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