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A few more inches of snow are expected in parts of the Hudson Valley on Tuesday. With plenty of snow leftover from last week's storm, Meredith Zaritheny tells us most people are ready for spring.
HUDSON VALLEY -- "It's been a terrible winter," said Andy Kolb, a Goshen resident.
With nearly two feet of snow on the ground, and even more on the way, people across the Hudson Valley are tired of the snow.
"The piles are just getting bigger and bigger," added Frank Flanagan, a Goshen resident.
That's exactly why the Goshen Department of Public Works were out early on Tuesday morning clearing snow piles on Main Street. Officials say the snow piles make driving even more difficult.
"Cars were protruding right out into the driving lane, it was very dangerous for people walking and cars passing, so we had to start to get that cleaned up," explained Thomas Lane, the foreman for the Village of Goshen.
For Main Street restaurants and shops, clearing away the snow helps parking and business.
"It opens up everything for business in town," said John Foley, owner of Foley's Goshen Hardway.
With no end to winter in sight, many people say they are just looking forward to spring.
Kolb added, "It's just one of these old fashion winters you just got to grin and bear it."
DPW crews will be back on Main Street early Wednesday morning to continue the cleanup.
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