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Re: Snowmageddon TWO You must not live in a neighborhood like mine. Sheer ice and steep hills. I cant get out of my driveway as it is real steep. Heck, when there are some wet leaves, I can get up it.
Sections of I285, I20, 78 were closed until yesterday afternoon, most in Dekalb. Even sections that were drivable had on ramps closed.
I20 seems to have been the center for the ice/snow transition.
Monday roads were not bad, but Tues/Wed they became impassable here as the little bit that melted froze back over.
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SHDesigns home - DIY Welder
Not impassable when there is a nationwide business to run in order to maintain income. I live on Peachtree Rd in Atlanta on Cardiac Hill. I have driven many places since Monday. The only treacherous conditions I encountered were other people on the roads that thought they were invincible.
Don't get me wrong. It was not business as usual. There were conditions to consider. But, I chose to not stick my head in my shell and make sure our business ran as normally as possible. I can't wait for the news stories about the small businesses that "suffered" because of the snow. At some point, people need to take responsibility for their own decisions.