Snowbound roads in Queens, Brooklyn and Staten Island remained unplowed, with the locals livid and longing for help.
A morning conference call held by the city Office of Emergency Management focused on which streets to make a priority, as plows finally reached parts of Howard Beach and Fort Greene.
Despite the ongoing snow woes, there was one last strange choice: A dozen fire companies were sent to a Randalls Island training session, taking them off the streets.
Gee, those training sessions seem like a great idea, Mr. Mayor.
Never know when there might be a citywide disaster that paralyzes New York for a few days.
You sure want those FDNY companies ready for that event.