The thrust of comments made on CBC Radio this morning by the guy responsible for clearing the snow:
** Yeah we buried the taxpayer’s driveway and then didn’t do anything about it for three days after the storm even after he called the right number and pointed out our mistake like we told him he should.
We showed up three days later by which time he’d dug himself out and the snow had melted a bit.
There was no real problem by then.
These things happen.
We have a gajillion miles of streets and if we responded to just one percent of the calls about driveways we’d never get anything done.
Now this driveway was hard to see, so maybe – and only maybe – if the taxpayer had taken it on himself at his own expense to mark the driveway somehow we might have avoided the problem. There’s no guarantee though because we keep shifting the drivers around and they don’t always know the neighbourhoods. **
Or words to that effect.