The day after Christmas almost two feet of snow hit certain parts of the Northeast, shuttering major airports in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Boston. The storm threw a wrench in millions of travel plans across the globe, and let’s face it, a lot of people, especially in New York City, were bummed, big time.
But not in Ancram, New York.
The rural farm community about two hours north of NYC was ready. The local officials, led by Town Supervisor, were organized and roads were cleared within a matter of hours.
In addition to effective local governance, the local residents are pretty darn resilient. Watch the video and find out how.