>FYI – I Just Got Home From Work And My Streets Have Not Been Plowed Yet.

>I just pulled into the driveway a short while ago after working all night, why is it that I am not surprised to see that none of the streets in my neighborhood have been touched by a snow plow?

I thought that Gerry Scharfenberger issued a statement saying that by midnight of last night the goal was to have at least all the streets in town plowed at least once?
So far the only street that looks like it had been touched overnight was Main St., which is a thoroughfare and should have been plowed and salted to being with for safety purposes.
Like most of what Gerry declares, his statement was nothing more than a blast hot air, but unfortunately for residents, that hot air can’t be used to plow or melt all the snow in the streets.

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3 responses to “>FYI – I Just Got Home From Work And My Streets Have Not Been Plowed Yet.

  1. >Too bad all the hot air coming from the mayor's office is about as useful as "teets on a boar hog !!

  2. >AND STILL NOT A PLOW SINCE SUNDAY. I KNOW DEEPDALE IS ON THE LIST ABOVE BUT THIS IS UNFUCKIN BELIEVABLE.J———- Forwarded message ———-From: Date: Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 2:43 PMSubject: Snow Plow Update 12/29, 2:30 pmRoad Crews are continiously working to reach every road in Middletown as quickly as possible. Thank you for your continued patience and cooperationAs of 12/29 at 2:30 pm, ,he following streets are not done or are in progress:Garden Street off West RooseveltBraeburn Drive (Lincroft)\BluefieldDeepdaleDebellLouise Place, New MonmouthSeagull Lane, LincroftTroon CourtHamilton AvenuePolly WayNeville Drive off BransonGrant PlaceBranson Dr.TiltonEsshireHarbor Green CircleVaughn CtStoutNedShire Dr.Southall RdJohnny CourtRadCliff

  3. >OPPS THEY FORGOT DEEPDALE AGAIN———- Forwarded message ———-From: Date: Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 8:57 PMSubject: Mtown Snow Update 12/29 8:30pmThe Township has substantially provided roadway access in all neighborhoods. Road crews are now in the process of widening roads, salting, sanding and generally improving roadway conditions. Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation during this extraordinary snow event. Call 911 for Police, fire & medical emergencies.Call 732-615-2100 to report extremely hazardous road conditions.

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