Region looks to get back to businessAfter Nemo: Isolation and togetherness amid slow cleanup

There are 30 comments on the Fairfield Citizen-News story from Feb 11, 2013, titled Region looks to get back to businessAfter Nemo: Isolation and togetherness amid slow cleanup. In it, Fairfield Citizen-News reports that:

After the most prolific blizzard in more than a century, Bridgeport and southwestern Connecticut will try to get back to business Monday, but not necessarily back to school.

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“'never'”

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#21 Feb 12, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, how incredibly stupid to restrict traffic into the area so they can clean the roads. They should have encouraged everyone to come on down with shovels.
Waterbury did just exactly that. When a bucket loader comes, all those with worthy genes jump out of the way. And by the way- I got a request to drive a nurses aide from westville to hamden to care for a bed-ridden patient who couldn't feed herself. Would you have been an obedient little lemming again?

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#22 Feb 12, 2013
Sorry for two identical posts- my computer keeps losing it's 'signed in' status.
Frank

Stratford, CT

#23 Feb 12, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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Waterbury did just exactly that. When a bucket loader comes, all those with worthy genes jump out of the way. And by the way- I got a request to drive a nurses aide from westville to hamden to care for a bed-ridden patient who couldn't feed herself. Would you have been an obedient little lemming again?
There are differing circumstances when people would have a legitimate reason to be there. Restricting traffic to clear the roads does not sound like a bad idea to this little lemming.
Nulli Secundus

Monroe, CT

#24 Feb 12, 2013
The National Weather Service DOESN'T name winter storms - only the cünts on 'the weather channel' are doing it.
BPT

Derby, CT

#25 Feb 13, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>There are differing circumstances when people would have a legitimate reason to be there. Restricting traffic to clear the roads does not sound like a bad idea to this little lemming.
touche, frank!!!!!
seems like a resonable idea to me also.
moore

United States

#26 Feb 13, 2013
Why don't you do a story on Officer/Dectective Trahan who is a racist & rountinely use the N-word while off duty.
moore

United States

#27 Feb 13, 2013
Why don't you do a posting story on Detective/Officer Trahan Wilton Police Department who is a bigot & uses the N-word on a daily basis.

“'never'”

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#28 Feb 13, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>There are differing circumstances when people would have a legitimate reason to be there. Restricting traffic to clear the roads does not sound like a bad idea to this little lemming.
Good luck with that- you will see city governments put all their efforts into road blocks and fining people, instead of cleanup. This also gives them cover for inadequate cleanup. Once people get used to that, towns will demand more and more cleanup time, demand people stay off the roads, while businesses still expect employees to report, and businesses try to stay in operation. And for example, you won't be able to go across town to check on your mother-in-law or a rental property. You guys are way too compliant with authorities who care way too little about doing the right thing.
AVA-AVA-AVA

Spartanburg, SC

#29 Feb 13, 2013
Citizen44 wrote:
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Good luck with that- you will see city governments put all their efforts into road blocks and fining people, instead of cleanup. This also gives them cover for inadequate cleanup. Once people get used to that, towns will demand more and more cleanup time, demand people stay off the roads, while businesses still expect employees to report, and businesses try to stay in operation. And for example, you won't be able to go across town to check on your mother-in-law or a rental property. You guys are way too compliant with authorities who care way too little about doing the right thing.
They had a fire on Roberts street and a friend of mine lives on that street.After all the Police, Fire and national guard activity moved out they brought in payloaders and plows..it will look good on the local news but residents shoveled a lot of snow yesterday and the day before.

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#30 Feb 13, 2013
AVA-AVA-AVA wrote:
<quoted text>They had a fire on Roberts street and a friend of mine lives on that street.After all the Police, Fire and national guard activity moved out they brought in payloaders and plows..it will look good on the local news but residents shoveled a lot of snow yesterday and the day before.
Yes, as I understand it right now, 2/3rds of Bridgeport is still not plowed. What a mess!

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