It’s the Monday after the historic winter storm and the big dig is underway. As is the Monday morning quarterbacking. An assessment of what was done right and what could be improved before the next one hits.
Down the shore it wasn’t the snow but the surf that caused problems. After billions of dollars spent bolstering beaches the tidal surges sucked the sand back out to sea leaving coastal towns swamped.
In cities snow is always good news for snow plow operators and school kids. It’s almost always bad news for mayors, no matter how well prepared. Newark’s is a case in point.