KINGSTON, N.Y. -- Kingston residents upset Friday morning after they say plows continue to do a terrible job on South Washington Avenue.
A sinkhole on Washington has given the city issues now for years.
According to residents, the city only plows down the middle of the street, leaving about four feet unplowed making it hard for residents to get out of their driveways.
Mayor Shayne Gallo says he wasn't aware of the issue and plans on doing whatever he can to alleviate it.
"Ever since they closed down this road they've pretty much abandoned us here. we pay just as much taxes as everybody else. We have to deal with the inconvenience of the road being closed as it is and then they abandon us when this kind of weather hits," said Catherine Quick, Kingston resident.
"We're getting everything from the sinkhole up and this is like a dead end. it's a deposit area and we've got nowhere to put the snow," said Fred Fleckinger, Kingston resident,
"I was not aware of it. I am now and at the conclusion of this interview I will be going up there with Superintendent Schupp and we will make it right," said Shayne Gallo, City of Kingston Mayor.
Gallo reminds all Kingston residents to call their alderman or his office if they have an issue.