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An entire section of our street left untouched, with about a dozen households blocked in. One of them was a man who had to make a legal appointment in an hour or face consequences.
An entire section of our street left untouched, with about a dozen households blocked in. One of them was a man who had to make a legal appointment in an hour or face consequences.
These are photos of the single plow that tried to come through our neighborhood. In the end, they left behind a mess that was ~worse~ than before, even covering up what neighbors had been cleaning out all day. They blocked in vehicles, left giant compacted snow drifts in the middle of the road, and left a sheet of slush that will turn into an icy mess come sundown. Remember who was in charge when this happened and what to do come Election Day.
Elizabeth Janney (Editor) February 15, 2014 at 02:19 PM
Which area/road?
Brook Hubbard February 15, 2014 at 04:19 PM
This was Tilted Stone in Wood Creek, a community off Phelps Luck. I spent much of the day in e-mails, Facebook posts, and Twitter feeds yelling at Ken Ulman. Amazingly, he did respond directly to me on those pages and I also received phone calls from Calvin Ball and Deputy CoS Dodson Reed. The latter I talked with multiple times and, after these above photos went public, sent two plows who finished up the work about 7 p.m.

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