How Well Was Snow Removed In Shrewsbury?

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Snowbanks were high in the aftermath of the storm.
Snowbanks were high in the aftermath of the storm. Photo Credit: Sally Burke

SHREWSBURY, Mass. - A small army of plow drivers took to the streets Friday and worked throughout the weekend to keep the roads in Shrewsbury clear.

In the aftermath of the snowstorm, which dropped 2 feet on the region, roads remain narrow on many streets and some towns, including Northbridge, have called off school to allow more time to clear the streets.

How are the roads where you live? What do you think of the snow clearing job in your town? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

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I would like to see an ordinance that says that businesses and homeowners on main roads and on sidewalks leading to schools need to shovel the sidewalks twenty four to forty hours after a major snowstorm. For example, the sidewalks leading to Floral School street via back entrance were not shoveled and resulted in children walking on Hunting Ave in arms way of car driving fast up and down the road.

I would like to see an ordinance that says that businesses and homeowners on main roads and on sidewalks leading to schools need to shovel the sidewalks twenty four to forty hours after a major snowstorm. For example, the sidewalks leading to Floral School street via back entrance were not shoveled and resulted in children walking on Hunting Ave in arms way of car driving fast up and down the road.