CHERRY VALLEY- Otsego County residents are still battling snow after the Nor’Easter of 2018. On Sunday many homeowners were still clearing their driveways and, in some cases, trying to find their mailboxes.
“I’m trying to find my uh, mailbox,” said Tony Kasprowicz, of Springfield. “It’s buried somewhere under that snowbank.”
In the town of Springfield, snowbanks were as low as half an inch to 6 feet tall. The struggle which residents are dealing with days later are the snow drifts.
“The snowdrifts are bad you look and have no snow then the next thing you know you have six feet in front of your door,” said Kasprowicz.
WKTV also made their way to Cherry Valley on Sunday. Residents there said in some sections they had more than 30 inches in their backyards.
“It was a lot to deal with but we are used to it,” said Rich Thomas, of Cherry Valley. “Everyone ran out and got the bread and milk.”