Digging deep in New London

New London - Bill Brown of New London shovels out his car in front of his home on Tilley Street for the third time as New London deals with the aftermath of Tuesday's blizzard.


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How would you rate your town's performance before and after the blizzard?

A - I had enough information to be prepared and I was able to move around in town due to efficient snow plowing.


B - OK before but I thought my town was a bit slow in clearing the roads.


C - I didn't feel informed prior to the storm and I was stuck at home for more than a day following the snowstorm.


D - I'm expecting improvements for the next storm.


F - Enough said.


Number of votes: 340