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Thank You Madison Public Works Crews!

And to our volunteer firefighters, and police, and ambulance crews. They've been working around the clock ...

 

Just got this from Linda: 

"I thought you might have a use for some photos of the great work being done by Madison Public Works crews.  They are a bunch of tired guys."

Great work, guys and gals. Thank you for clearing the town roads. And thank you for clearing the state roads, when the state could not get to it right away.

If you see these crews out there working, give them a wave and a thumbs up. 

Mom2.0 February 10, 2013 at 11:49 PM
Guess, if this is your neighborhood you might think they were doing a good job. Unfortunately, most roads are virtually impassable (as of Sunday evening). Trying to make any sense of how they are choosing which secondary roads to plow remains a mystery...
Matt February 11, 2013 at 01:30 AM
For the whiners complaining that the town highway department hasn't dropped everything to come personally dig you a path to Starbucks: The town has about 120 miles of town roads at about 26ft wide (Per Gus H in another article) with snow 3 feet deep. That comes out to 49,420,800 cubic feet of snow to move. Forty nine million, four hundred and twenty thousand, eight hundred cubic feet of snow to push, dig, or blow out of the road. Get a grip, they'll get to you when they can. You and everyone else they're working to 24/7. You'll survive without a latte this evening. If you feel it is unacceptable, you and your neighbors should feel free to help out like many others have.
Sue February 11, 2013 at 01:41 AM
I will thank them if I ever see them. It's been almost 48 hours since we have seen any attempt to clear the snow off our street. We can't get out. All we need is one pass by a plow. Absolutely unacceptable.
Joan M February 11, 2013 at 06:42 PM
We were plowed out this morning...many in our neighborhood walked to a main secondary road to get rides to work..help each other out people! Thanks to all the crews working out there!

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