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I plow snow for a living and I love all the yippy dip shanoozle that think they can do my job better
Edited by admin, 2013-12-07 22:43:54. Reason: Language
good one, and so true.
how i take road complaints, i think are not meant for the guys and gals driving the equipment (you guys do a fine job), they are aimed at the policies at when and where the plows are sent out now i know someone has to make even that call and as a public job mostly paid by taxes everyone has an opinion, so whoever has that position imo has to have a tough skin because they can never do anything right, there is always many variables to thoes types of decisions and until you have been or been close to someone who is most people will never understand however sometimes thoes decisions don't seem to make sense or they don't meat the public's expectations i happen to agree i drove 18th street late afternoon yesterday and was surprised that it was still very snowy, i didn't have trouble driving in it as i adjusted to the conditions but i did wonder why a major route hadn't been done yet, now as i understand it i'm criticizing they hi-ways dept there but i did wonder anyway the point to all of that lol was don't take it personally, your job is paid by the tax payer and it affects all of us so you are bound to hear opinions and i think you do a fine job
Not at all intended as a complaint so much as a cautionary word. Drove a ton of city streets on Thurs and tonight shooting pics for the holiday lights map. Scariest has to be the streets on the hill going North off of Kirkaldy (2nd/3rd/4th/Knowlton and area). Streets are built on quite the hill which makes for an interesting drive going up and especially down when you aren't sure when to expect ice. Granted its night time but dnot think I noticed much for sand yet. Am sure it's coming soon but if going East-West on a street that intersects I'd personally be keeping an eye open for surprises. I'm sure its a regular thing in winter, maybe someone that lives in the area can speak to it? Edited by Adam, 2013-12-07 22:46:59
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