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Shovel your snow or risk $100; Students protest immigration order

Here’s what you need to know for Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017:

News from The Post

On Monday, students protested President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. (The Post )

A police report alleges a rape occurred in Ryors Hall on Sunday. ( The Post )

Good morning,

Following Sunday night’s snowfall, the City of Athens sent a tweet reminding “everyone to clear their sidewalks in a timely manner.”

Here’s another reminder: Failing to shovel the walkway in front of your residence could result in a minor misdemeanor charge and a fine of up to $100, according to Athens City Code.

And how timely is timely, anyway? City code doesn’t leave much to the imagination. You, as an occupant of a building “bordering on any street with graded or paved sidewalk,” have just four hours after snowfall to clear the ice or snow.

Fines can be issued for each day residents do not clear their sidewalks. So keep a shovel handy.

Weather

High of 49 degrees with a 30 percent chance of rain-snow mix. (Courtesy of Scalia Lab)

Sports

The men’s basketball team will play Western Michigan tonight in Kalamazoo. (The Post)

You might also want to know…

The founder of Namco has died. (AP)

Jihadist groups have found validation in President Trump’s executive order on immigration. (Washington Post)

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