January 25, 2016
The worst of Winter Storm Jonas is now behind us. However, getting back to normal after a storm of this magnitude is going to take a considerable amount of time and patience. RG Holston has been working around the clock with minimal breaks to eat and sleep in an attempt to keep the streets open.
Unfortunately, with the high winds received over the weekend, this has been an uphill battle. Sections 1A, 1C and 2A have at least one lane of travel opened with exception to Towpath Alley behind the Townhomes in Section 2A. Section 1B has been the most difficult due to drifting, but efforts continue this morning to focus on opening at least one lane of travel in Section 1B.
We anticipated having a path of travel for everyone to get out of the community by this morning, but given the magnitude of this event and limited space, we have been unsuccessful. Priorities are to open the main roads and then secondary roadways/alleys. After the roadways are open, we will start hauling snow to open more lanes of travel. We ask that everyone continue to be patient as the crews dig everyone out, and we continue to coordinate all available resources
The state of Maryland has lifted the travel ban as of 7 a.m. yesterday morning; however, there is a continued state of emergency until the National Guard is no longer needed. Governor Hogan continues to urge Marylanders to stay indoors and off the roads, allowing emergency workers to do their jobs Ken Aiosa and the HOA have received multiple email concerns and are doing everything they can to address each and every one of them. Again, thank you for your continued patience.
Brunswick Crossing HOA & Management