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#Seattle won’t plow or treat residential streets — makes it hard for teachers, first responders, small businesses workers and elderly and disabled residents to get around. This isn’t acceptable for a city with the 11th largest economy.
How could we solve this you ask? What about using independent snow removal for residential streets and, you know, maybe accepting climate change is real and a city should have a standard of not shutting for weather.
“But it only snows every 10 years in #Seattle.” Wow if only we could predict weather with such certainty especially with climate change and global warming very real. Im not into avoiding planning in favor of unsupported data.
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