Mentors explain new rules to squeegee workers

The mayor's initiative to get squeegee workers off Baltimore streets started Tuesday, prohibiting squeegeeing at seven of the city's busy intersections. While 11 News didn't see squeegee workers at the intersections on Tuesday, there were mentors looking out for them to explain the law. And, drivers with whom 11 News spoke were happy to see the absence of squeegee workers. There are signs now posted at the intersections, warning there's no entering roadway except to use the crosswalk, and it explains that violators are subject to enforcement.