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My thoughts precisely. It was a good call (by those who are damned if they do/damned if they don't).Thong Extractor wrote:Probably the fact that school lets out 3 hours after high tide. It's not stupid at all, in fact good call. Driving is not that bad except where the roads are closed. I'm pretty sure the city and school officials can read a tide chart.flounda wrote: So how do parents get their kids at school if these streets are closed. Stupid call by the city.
There's still some bread and milk left at Market Basket you better get up there.
The PD just reported that the water was starting to go over the seawall in the river next to GHS. Number of roads are now closed off to traffic again.Cathy (Admin) wrote: Things I noticed when I was out this morning:
On the boulevard, a bench came up, a light post beside the Fishermen's statue went down. The Building Center's sign in the little fenced in corner display is down.
There is still a lot of water in the parking lots at the cinema and the Causeway Rest.
They closed Essex Ave. before 11:00, water was coming over then.jake wrote:The PD just reported that the water was starting to go over the seawall in the river next to GHS. Number of roads are now closed off to traffic again.
Yeah. I see that some people who were posting on FB yesterday about being afraid for their kids in school during the storm don't mind driving around taking pictures today and getting in the way. From the looks of a lot of these videos, a lot of cars will be having issues later from salt water.peregrine wrote: The city website reports CROWD CONTROL PROBLEMS. Too many sightseers hindering DPW and police.