Is your street clear? Are you still buried? Is your mailbox still standing?
On Friday and Saturday, Mansfield experienced a snow storm it will not soon forget. Several residents took to Facebook to talk about the plowing.
Yesterday, we asked how Mansfield residents what grade they would give the town for plowing the streets. Many admitted while there was still a lot of snow on the roads, they were appreciative of the fact that many of the plows were working as hard as they could to remove the snow. Here's what a few residents had to say:
Maureen Driscoll: I think it is unfair to grade the roads at this point. We got a huge amount of snow in a very short time. Clearing all the roads down to a grade level at this point is shortsighted. We have roads we can navigate at this point & that is good. We sit in our warm houses and pass judgement on those who have worked so hard the past 48 plus hours. We need to lighten up & count our blessings.
Kara Souza Colby: A+! All the town employees have been working round the clock! They have endured broken down equipment, no sleep, little food, white out conditions, and lots and lots of coffee!!! They are doing the best they can! It's easy for us to judge while sitting in our warm houses staring out the windows.
Stephanie Groves Znoj: They are working hard and I feel for those plowing and utilities workers but I was on 106, east, west, and school. They were horrible. I would give the roads a D, the workers an A. i know it can't be easy being a worker or the family of those out there around the clock.
Chris Split: These guys have been working and under tough conditions. The town looks better than it did in '78 for the same type of storm. Why ask for a grade when they are doing their best?
As the piles of snow remain, we want to know how you feel about the town's response (or state's) to yesterday's major snowstorm. Does the snow removal effort deserve a grade or do you agree with some of the Facebook comments that a grade is unnecessary?
Tell us what you think below in the comments section.