Editor Terry Date firstname.lastname@example.org
3:22 pm on Wednesday, January 16, 2013
Actually watched a DPW truck plow water next to a sidewalk curb on a side street and spray people walking their dogs. Poor people and dogs were covered in dirty water, ice and snow and when they yelled, the DPW driver just kept flying along. Who does the town have driving these trucks?
11:21 am on Thursday, January 3, 2013
Is the family ok? Does the family need anything?
7:15 am on Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Thank. I am just confused why we cannot park on the street if there is "no snow emergency." If it is 30 degrees and a clear night, I do not understand what the problem would be.
3:23 pm on Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Can someone explain what the waiver is for? It sounds as if there is no snow, individuals cannot park on the street. Is this true? What happens if you have guests over and there is no room for them in one's driveway? Better yet, what happens if those guests had one too many and don't want to be towed or fined, but obviously cannot drive because that will bring upon worse consequences.
Can someone please explain the purpose of this rule?
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