As suspected, NYC’s snow removal woes were due to the union

Drivers were instructed to raise their plows, smash equipment, etc.

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6 responses to “As suspected, NYC’s snow removal woes were due to the union

  1. Shoeless

    Say it ain’t so, Joe!

  2. anonymous2

    Guess Big Sis was right about those home-grown terrorists, though that’s small comfort to the dead in New York.

  3. Peg

    They’re criminals; plain and simple. People literally died because of their actions.

    If we don’t stand up to this sort of behavior, it’s only going to get worse.

  4. Retired IB'er

    If true, and the slow down can be tied to any of the deaths caused by delayed response of EMTs, then the union bosses ought to be prosecuted for manslaughter.

  5. Gmom

    So what’s Greenwich’s excuse? Almost every non-main road I’ve been still has only the middle plowed with no attempt to plow again to get near the curb. Hamilton Avenue and other heavily used roads have lots of spots where 2 small cars cannot pass each other. This is the worst plowing job I’ve ever seen. Most friends say their street was only plowed once when its typcially plowed and sanded 3 or 4 times during lesser storms.

  6. Anonymous

    Photographic comparison of NY Sanitation Boss John Doherty’s street on
    Staten Island and two adjacent streets. Guess which one got plowed?

    http://weaselzippers.us/2010/12/30/a-tale-of-two-streets/