Last week, a blizzard dumped nearly two feet of snow on the Port City of Alexandria, Virginia, well over what the city typically sees over the course of an entire year and a half.
However, it’s not like we haven’t seen snow like this before. During snowmageddon in 2010, a few days after the storm, the City had big dump trucks and front loaders removing large piles of the snow.
Even though the City of Alexandria had something like 80 plows and equipment removing the snow during and after the blizzard, we’re hearing there is still quite a bit of residual effort going on/needed in the City more than a week after the Blizzard of 2016 (e.g. the mini-glacier located in a travel lane above). So, I thought I’d pose the following question to our readers – Are you satisfied with snow removal efforts in Alexandria, Virginia?
Feel free to discuss the snow removal effort below.
The poll closes at midnight February 7.