Snowstorms Bust Budgets in Northeast

With two more months of winter left and another snowstorm hitting the Northeast, some cities and states have run dry their budgets for snow removal, causing them to turn to cheaper, more creative ways to dispose of the ice. Watch "World News with Diane Sawyer" for more on this story tonight on ABC. In Boston, they've built a mountain of displaced snow 50 feet high and four acres wide. 'Pickle Juice,' Beet Juice: New Solutions for Snow Removal In Fort Lee, N.J., they are using a substance...Full Story
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