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Should the city remove snow from residential streets?
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The City of North Platte’s snow removal policy is to plow snow off the main streets and the emergency snow routes when it begins to accumulate. Residential and side streets are not plowed unless the snowfall is greater than 12 inches. City administrators said this week they planned to review the snow policy and change it if necessary. One consideration is how deep the snow should get before plowing on residential streets. What do you think? At what snow depth should the city remove snow off of residential streets?
  Any snowfall above 3 inches 60 12%
  Snowfall 6 inches or above 329 66%
  Snowfall 8 inches or above 47 9%
  Snowfall 10 inches or above 15 3%
  Snowfall 12 inches or above 50 10%
Total responses to this question501100%

 
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