How Would You Rate Natick's Plowing During This Week's Snowstorm?

Is the town off to a good start this winter?

Plows at the Natick DPW. Patch file photo
Plows at the Natick DPW. Patch file photo

Now that the New Year's first snowstorm is in the books, it’s time for you to rate how the town’s plows handled the more than half foot of snow that fell during Day 1 of the storm.

Feel free to give praise or thanks, express frustrations or offer up constructive criticism in the comments below.

Larry February 18, 2014 at 01:22 AM
Bob - Town Meeting is coming up. ANY resident of Natick can speak their mind at Town Meeting. Stand up. State your name. Speak. Stop whining and crying in the shadows. Stand up in public and speak your convictions.
Bob February 18, 2014 at 02:14 AM
You are a real piece of work! Simply stating obvious facts and you gotta claim "whining and crying in the shadows" I am doing EXACTLY what you and everyone else here does by simply stating an clearly visible condition of the towns performance compared to neighboring towns. With the exception that you need to get far more personal for certainly no good or productive reason. People like you ARE the reason that anonymity is a good thing on public opinion forums. You seem to want to know where I live and that can NOT be for any good reason. You are not the least bit interested in a fix for the issue, just some kind of, who knows what, to me personally for voicing my observations. Way to represent!
Matt February 18, 2014 at 07:14 AM
It's JJ lane
Bob February 18, 2014 at 10:10 AM
Still? :-))
Larry February 24, 2014 at 12:36 PM
"You are not the least bit interested in a fix for the issue,...." - Bob Crying and complaining in Patch's comment section isn't going to "fix" a dang thing. At a minimum, call the DPW. Even more effective, stand up at Town Meeting and speak up. I couldn't care less about who YOU are. I'm simply pointing out that the method you're applying, while perfectly acceptable "speech", is a poor method of having any actual impact on "fixing" anything.


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