City’s Snow Tab: $18 Million

That’s three times the normal amount.

It was such a snowy winter in Philadelphia…

How … Snowy … Was it?

It was such a snowy winter in Philadelphia that plowing the streets this winter cost taxpayers $18 million dollars — three times the normal amount. Streets Commissioner David Perri announced the number Tuesday at a City Council committee hearing.  (Inquirer)


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  • matthew brandley

    You cant teach democraps how to budget for snow removal when they cant even plan a normal budget any other time. Plan for alot of sow and hope you get very little. Common sense.