carolsue1ok, 2/16/2011 - 2:18pm "Dear Mayor and Urban Tulsa,
I am not even going to guess if you did a good job or bad job with the storm. But when you said no one died from the storm how do you mean it? Do you mean that the snow did not crush anyone one. Do you mean people stayed home and did not starve? What about that poor woman who got hit in the street on 41st street because the sidewalks were not shovelled? I heard the sirens that night. I did not know what it meant but I heard the sirens. Then to find out a Lady got hit because all she was doing was walking to work broke my heart because I could have been that lady. The buses routes had only one bus per route and you had to guess at what time you could catch it and where so instead of trying to be late to work I had to walk out in the street on Sheridan for about two miles for 3 days and pray I would not get hit, pray I would not fall and pray the cars would not slide. Than 3 other days I had to walk a mile in the Street going to where I could catch the bus to take me to work because I am on a snow route. SO WHAT DO YOU MEAN NO ONE DIED FROM THE STORM AND WHY ARE THE CITIZENS OF TULSA TOO LAZY TO SHOVEL THEIR SIDEWALKS. They kept telling me they are owned by the city and the city should do it when I asked. I am moving when my lease is up and taking my money, what little I have, with me and spend it in another state. People in Tulsa acts like it is a sin if they see someone out walking. Some of the people in the cars either make really loud noises to scare me and than speed away or they yell really bad things at me. Why? What business is yours if I am walking on a side walk when I can find one. YOU DON'T WANT PEOPLE OUT IN THE STREET THAN SHOVEL YOUR WALKS. IT IS NOT ROCKET SCIENCE AND NOW THAT POOR LADY IS HISTORY. NO one even said they were sorry or that it would never happen again. By now she is so history no one even remembers that someone died. SO I am asking THE CITY OF TULSA HOW DO YOU DEFINE NO ONE DIED BECAUSE OF THE STORM."
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