The first 2 pictures are of the corners of Sheldon Street and Corliss Streets on the south side of Binghamton. One is taken looking up Sheldon St. showing how much snow is left each and everytime the city comes around to plow. And the other one is looking down Corliss St. onto Sheldon St. I can't understand why the city is not able to make corners alot better then they do, because cars just don't make 90* turns like they plow the streets. And the last picture is looking up Corliss St. showing how much snow is left from where the so called curb is to the center of the road. It doesn't matter if cars are parked there or not, because the city usually will only make a single pass down the road and leave the rest of the snow there. Like what is outlined in these pictures.
Sloppy Plowing of city Streets
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