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Metro to get $1.8M for snow removal

Metro will receive more than $2.7 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) as partial reimbursement for the costs of snow removal during the storms last February and December, Metro said in a press release.

Metro spent $12.7 million on the snow removal work, which included labor overtime fees, fuel for equipment, and salt and de-icing supplies, it said.

FEMA has already given Metro $1 million for the December snowstorm, and it will receive the remainder of the money for reimbursement of the February storms.

--Ann Scott Tyson

By Luke Rosiak  | September 9, 2010; 10:18 AM ET
Categories:  Commuting, District, Maryland, Metro, Traffic Safety, Virginia  
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Maybe they can use some of that money to hire someone to fix the closed escalator at Foggy Bottom that has a sign saying it will be completed on August 30,2010. On rare occassions you will see one or two people dressed in blue tooling around pretending to fix something. I just want a stairs I don't care if it moves or not. I can hoof it.

Posted by: TG10 | September 9, 2010 10:35 AM | Report abuse

If they fix the escalators, nobody will be paid to pretend to fix them. Why would you want to create unemployment? Do you hate black people?

Posted by: jiji1 | September 9, 2010 12:07 PM | Report abuse

Metro to get $1.8M for snow removal.. How much do I (we) get?????? I removed snow so that I could go to work. Earnings were taxed. FEMA send me something.

Posted by: mohiosikha | September 9, 2010 1:33 PM | Report abuse

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