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Done with hydrant care

January 10, 2014

Ronald Tolzin, Minot Every winter residents of Minot are asked to help keep the fire hydrants clear....

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Jan-13-14 10:17 AM

This is one case where i agree with those who say "The Gov't. can't do anything right". Important 2 remember we have republican Government. Our city ordinance requires we keep our sidewalks clear. Our public works throws snow on the sidewalks and ignores the ordinance. i guess the rules don't apply to them (republicans).

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Jan-12-14 5:12 PM

Hope some of those guys don't call themselves equipment operators--unless they want a face slapping. The blame is better directed to the city who hires them and tells them what 2 do.

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Jan-12-14 10:57 AM

Exactly right. Why not do it right the first time? Too much of our snow removal is like kids making trouble with snow. Thanks 4 pointing out the stuff they throw around is often wet and freezes to beyond the capacity of large snowblowers. Our welcome wagon should hand out bobcats.

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Jan-12-14 10:20 AM

Just to clarify, I submitted this letter on 4 Jan 2013, before the warm-up we are experiencing now, and not the 10th as indicated by Minot Daily News.

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