Monday, December 29, 2008


These mountains formed outside the IEL building on North Monroe.

Mountains of snow and ice have sprung up in parking lots and streets all across the city. Where else can it go? I almost expect to see trucks dumping the snow into the river, like they did after the big storm of '68.

I don't even want to think about the cost.

A recent news report said the city pays more than $200,000 a day for snow removal, and this in a time of economic crisis.

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