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Troy might be a good manager in many respects but he's cuckoo for cocoa puffs if he thinks that snow removal is complete. Most side streets haven't even been touched.
Are you kidding me? Any school with bus service is still closed because the roads are too dangerous.
HahahaDysfunction capital of the world.
Troy might be a good manager in many respects LOL
Notice the play on words here, snow removal, it didn’t say anything about ice!
National Geographic mag needs to see this and update.Edited 9:12am .. Also known for it's world class snow removal KCMO hosts visiting leaders from all over the world to instruct them in "winter weather management".
Just saw a hipster slipping and stumbling around on the sidewalk in his winter sneakers.
@9:16Don't forget.. renowned for it's murder rates and an epidemic criminal mentality infecting the populace this KCMO is a must stop for family friendly entertainment and relaxation.
You'll love living and settling into the countries 5th most corrupt and dangerous city.Come join the fun. You'll get used to it.
Alright no one gives a shit about the lyin troy schulte lets get some contents going here.
In other words K.C. is just a dysfunctional, dangerous, and crappy city all the way around! There, that about covers it.
^^^ Exactly, if you snowflakes cannot get around in front wheel drive vehicles you are beyond hope.
The City should look at their subcontractors and the management of the subcontractors. All aspects of the City's maintenance from street clearing to Airport maintenance are sub par. In the real world, poor performance results in removal from the job.
The naacp warned about traveling to Missouri. Heed that warning. Especially to kcmo.
Oh, I'm sure the City's records show the snow removal as completed.On my residential street in the Northland, a City truck went throughat 5:38 am on the morning after, just as it has after every storm for the past ten years, with it's blade a foot off the pavement and travelling at about forty on a twenty-five mph residential street.But the GPS records will show our street "cleared" won't they?Besides, doesn't Troy saying the snow removal is "complete" also mean that everything the City is going to do is over?
I am satisfied, yes. Thanks for asking. My street was cleared ten minutes after the snow ended.
I have been out both driving and walking quite a bit since the snowfall. You have to be a bit careful, especially when walking on sidewalks that no one has cleared, but otherwise no problems.
Equip the Jazz Museum directors Escalades with plows that should take care of it.
MY street was plowed twice, so there. Quit relying on the government for help! If it's so bad, why don't any of you pussies have a truck with a plow attachment so you can plow your own damned street! Bunch of bitches!
Here's the thing. "Complete snow removal operations" just means that the drivers aren't driving routes anymore. They're out of the big trucks and hitting slick calls from 311. They'll be in the neighborhoods until 8 and they'll head out tomorrow to deal with any complaints. They'd be fucked if they stopped before the slick calls were closed out.
PLOWZ WENT DOWN MY STREET EVERY 49 SECONDS I AM EXTREMELY SATISFRIED
THERE GOES ANOTHER ONE!
^^^ you must live downtown
KC doesn't use the chemical treatments they use in Chicago and northern cities that get lots of snow. They salt some but it's not enough. Plowing removes the bulk of snow but leaves 1 or 2 inches of packed snow and ice behind. It has always been this way in KC.
and rock salt doesn't work when it's really cold outside, like below 15 or 16 degrees. Big northern cities use melting chemicals which are a combination of calcium carbonate and other chemicals that work at colder temps.
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