UPDATE: Cinnaminson Schools Closed

The township's Public Works crews are prepped for the storm as well.

Cinnaminson is projected to get between 4-6 inches of snow. Credit: Patch file photo
Cinnaminson is projected to get between 4-6 inches of snow. Credit: Patch file photo
UPDATE: Cinnaminson public schools and St. Charles Borromeo School will be closed tomorrow due to the snow. 

Township officials are prepped for a winter storm that could dump several inches of snow on our area Thursday night into Friday.

Emergency management coordinator Dan Norman said Public Works crews applied brine to the roadways—which is supposed to help keep the road surface from freezing—Thursday afternoon and were loading salt onto the trucks in advance of the storm.

He advised residents to keep their vehicles off the streets—driving and parking—if possible to make it easier for Public Works to plow and salt.

Norman also said the emergency squad was adding a second ambulance to its rotation overnight and into tomorrow.

Residents can keep informed on how the storm is impacting the township via Nixle, as well as through the Office of Emergency Management Facebook page and Twitter. You can also get updates from the township Facebook and Twitter.

Superintendent Salvatore Illuzzi said school officials would likely decide whether to open, close or delay school early Friday morning, at roughly 5 a.m.

"The most important decision is gauging how right or wrong the forecast is," he said, adding, "Experience always tells us to be conservative and ensure the safety of students and staff. This is no time to roll the dice."

Parents will be notified through the district's messaging system whether schools are open or closed. You can also check the district website for updates.

Stay with Cinnaminson Patch for information on the storm, school closings and more.
Dan Reynolds January 02, 2014 at 07:46 PM
Someone needs to let the District know their site does not work with computers that don't have flash...


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