Pino wore a red sweater with appliquéd snowmen on the front to celebrate the storm.
Jones also said Brookhaven's streets department put Philly's crew to shame. The five-man crew, she said, kept all the borough roads open and clear.
"Oh, yeah, hands down," Jones said.
But, forget the "let it snow" tunes. Jones was humming the Beach Boys song "Kokomo" - "Aruba, Jamaica, ooh, I wanna take ya" - and counting down the days until spring training begins.
"I'm not a snow person," she said.
Brookhaven was not the only Delco town to claim that it topped Philadelphia in snowfall totals. Media reported that it came in a close second with 14.2 inches, and Clifton Heights reported 13.9 inches.
In Montgomery County, Royersford called in 14.3 inches.
Robert James, 40, estimated that he shoveled about three times Tuesday night and then again on Wednesday as he dug out his older neighbor at the corner of Brookhaven Road and Mount Vernon Avenue.
"It just didn't stop," he said.
Wednesday morning, James was the one who had help. He paid his 10-year-old son, Alex, $10 to help shovel out the 18-inch drifts in the driveway.
Younger son Gavin was "paid in snow cones," James said.
Two other young Brookhaven residents also saw the storm as a windfall.
Mark Gibson, 15, and Eric Fauver, 17, were out the door first thing in the morning to shovel out neighbors. The pair hauled in about $200 by noon, while their friends were still inside playing video games.
"They are not about shoveling. They'd rather sit inside all day," Fauver said of his friends.
"We're not done yet," Gibson said as the boys made their way down a snow-packed Coebourn Boulevard.
Over at the Route 352 Diner, snow was still the topic of conversation among some off-duty Brookhaven police officers, who weathered the night in their squad cars.
"We're No. 1 in a lot of things," said Officer Tim Habich. "Snow is just the tip of the iceberg."