As Waltham continues to dig out from the storm and residents go back to work, many city streets remained covered in snow on Sunday, Feb. 10.
As a result, many Waltham residents are angry and say the city has done an inadequate job of plowing the roads, according to comments on Waltham Patch and its Facebook Page.
On Sunday evening, at least parts of Myrtle and Robbins streets were still covered in snow, according to tweets from Waltham residents. Brown Street was still covered as well, as of 7:30 p.m., according to a Brown Street resident.
At around 6 p.m., Moody Street was still caked in snow with motorists proceeding slowly down it.
Other streets, however, were relatively clear. Main Street was clear, but only spots of blacktop cold be seen on lower Lexington Street, School Street and Newton Street.
Expressing her anger, one Waltham Patch user, Kym Robinson, said, “Waltham had plenty of notice of this Blizzard coming! What is the reason for the roads to look this bad? Where were the plow trucks and sand trucks?”
Consolidated Public Works Director Michael Chiasson, who oversees plowing operations, could not be reached for comment on Sunday. Also, Mayor Jeanette McCarthy could not be reached as well.
Brandeis University: Open
MBTA: On regular schedule
Trash Pickup: Delayed one day.
Waltham Public Schools: Closed
Post Offices: Open
Massachusetts State Government Officers: Open
Massachusetts Courts, including Waltham District Court: Open
Bentley University: Classes schedule to resume. University offices will be open.
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