The past two weeks have been rough, weather-wise, for mostly all tri-boro residents and business owners.
As some continued to be without power from Tropical Storm Sandy bringing down trees and power lines, a nor'easter brought slippery roads and snowy landscapes on Wednesday.
Police and Department of Public Works employees from all three towns have been putting in extra hours clearing roadways of trees and debris and assisting the utility company with preparing to restore power lines.
What do you think of your town employees' response? Let us, and them, know in the comments.
Are you pleased with how they prepared for the storm in advance? Or do you feel they were not prepared enough? What do you think was done just right and what do you think could have been done differently?