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Residents have been complaining for months that the windows and storm doors installed to reduce the roar of low-flying jets give off the stink of burning plastic in warm weather.
For starters, Ryan says storm doors are not that easy to break.
Criminal damaging, Greene Drive: Someone smashed glass in the front storm door of a house late Oct. 7 or early Oct. 8.
The next day, my mom went grocery shopping without me and locked the glass storm door from the outside, which meant I was trapped.
The water was kept out for a while by heavy storm doors installed after Wilma, but eventually infiltrated the basement.
Police responded to a burglar alarm in the 100 block of Vernon Drive on Sept. 10 and discovered an open window and pry marks on a north storm door.
What New York really needs is better infrastructure: sea walls, storm doors for the subway, porous pavement.
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Definition of storm door for English Language Learners
: a second door that is placed outside the usual outside door of a building for protection against cold and bad weather
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