PARSIPPANY — The Parsippany-Troy Hills Department of Public Works has been out all morning clearing the streets of Parsippany.
Parsippany-Troy Hills Schools declared a 90-minute delayed open on Wednesday before the first flakes even fell in what’s being called a “bomb cyclone,” and then approximately 6:00 a.m. they closed the schools for the day.
Anticipated nor’easter expected to drop 10 inches or more of snow on eastern portions of New Jersey, but only two to four inches in Morris County.
State government offices, meanwhile, will open on a two-hour delay to allow time for clearing of roadways, parking lots and sidewalks for safe travel. Superior Court in Morristown is on a two-hour delay.
Parsippany-Troy Hills Government offices are business as usual, according to Parsippany’s Mayor Michael Soriano.