We are kind of like Northern Louisiana was when I lived there. On the odd season that there was snow, there was neither the infrastructure nor the experience to clean a small amount of snow. And, drivers could not handle 1/2". I should have shot from another angle too as to the left of the hanger across from mine that you can see in the picture, and the left of mine is a pretty high hill. The snow in the main transient area has to be pushed that direction and the pile is about 12 feet high. We have a very small front loader and a lightweight pickup with a plow. Now everything is ice that is hard to even chip through. The Town DOT is coming with heavy equipment this week (as more snow is forecasted) to help get this stuff out of there. For a week the piles were too high on the sides of all but one taxis area to even get to the paved runway, which is always are first priority to open up.
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