Questions the use of plows vs. amount of snow

To the Editor:

Our great superintendent (did the town provide him with a four-wheel drive vehicle?) does not cancel school when there is a couple of inches on the ground and the plows have yet to be seen. Yet at 5:25 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15, when there maybe a half-inch on the ground, the plows are coming by like it is a blizzard. Is this called overtime?

If today was a school day, I am sure we would be open without any plowing. When will or how will we stop this rip-off of taxpayers? If you plow drivers want revenge, why don’t you even pile up more snow at the corner I live at. When will the town send someone to shovel the eight-foot pile I have at my crosswalk already? I am one block from an elementary school.

I try my best, but I have one hip implant that needs to come out and the other hip is scheduled for surgery next month. Does everyone have to be so freaking greedy about money and just be thankful they don’t have to go through the pain I do every day?

What are my representatives, first selectman, whom I vote for, and the person who sent the plows out tonight going to do to correct this? Sure you can keep this up and we will all meet in the poorhouse together and I hope I meet you there and teach you a lesson your parents never taught you. My hips may not work, but maybe other parts of my body will. I would like some support from fellow readers.

I apologize to all you plow drivers who do a super service, but of course you must report to your superiors. Gee, didn’t I hear that at the Nuremburg trials. Sorry.

 

Alan n. Morosoff

Fairfield

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