I would like to say, with winter here, it's great to see snow. However, I am very confused as to how people are
supposed to function for daily living if they own a small car.
The roads are mostly good, but some are not, including the intersection at Trimble Lane. I saw a county plow at the
intersection go through, and even though the road is bad, no effort to scrape the road was made as the plow rocked over
all the snow. With the economy so hurt for money, the last thing people need is a repair bill for their car because
they incurred damage going over the hurdles of snow.
I have seen many people struggle with the tracks because they have to get to their house, but how big do the mounds of
snow have to be to have them plowed? Remember there are people who don't have plows, trucks or four-wheel-drive
vehicles who need the clear roads to live in all this snow. I realize where we live, but there always are pros and
Sheri Coy, Durango