I lived here for a winter while I went to graduate school (in 1982, when Air Florida Flight 90 crashed into the Potomac during a snowstorm). But I’ve never seen so much snow piled around.
Orange dump-trucks were all over the downtown throughout the weekend, strategically piling up snow to widen the streets for the cars to pass by.
The Mayor of D.C. is being criticized for slow response to plowing the streets from the back-to-back storms that brought record snowfall to the city.
He should have taken some pragmatic advice from President Obama.
In Chicago, everybody knows that you have to plow the streets and pick up the garbage on time to stay elected.
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