Tuesday, February 9, 2016

How has the city handled the snow?

Did you wait 45 minutes for a bus that was never coming, with nary a word about the cancellation on SEPTA's website?

How has the city handled the snow?

APRIL SAUL / Staff Photographer

Did you wait 45 minutes for a bus that was never coming, with nary a word about the cancellation on SEPTA's website?

Did the Streets Department get the thoroughfare near you plowed in a reasonable amount of time?

Did the school district make the right decision to shut down today?

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