<![CDATA[City Hall yet again plowedA Quincy Quarry News photo
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Quincy City Hall was yet again perfectly plowed after last night’s modest snowfall whereas much of the rest of Quincy was yet again left adrift in the snow.
With the City of Boston recording a modern single year record for snowfall given last night’s modest 2.9 inch snowfall at Logan International Airport, so too did City of Quincy workers assure that the City Hall employee and long suspected free VIP parking lots at City Hall were yet again well-plowed down to the pavement.


President John Adams turns a cold shoulder to City Hall?
A Quincy Quarry News photo

In turn, such efforts so maintained the perfect record of keeping Quincy’s City Hall plowed 24/7 since The Blizzard of 2015.
In fact, perhaps only Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day parade route and those watching the parade yesterday were more thoroughly plowed than were Quincy City Hall’s parking lots this morning.
Similarly well-cleared were the entrances to City Hall.
Public walkways for long hard pressed and thoroughly stressed MBTA commuters, however, not so much.
Commuter icy goat trailA Quincy Quarry News photo

Frozen Commuters’ icy goat trail
A Quincy Quarry News photo

Commuters were thus yet again left to trudge along narrow and icy single track goat trails across City Hall’s park.
By all accounts, at least commuters were pleased that not only were the Red Line and buses buses running, they also all but universally felt much safer riding on the MBTA than travelling on the increasing mean and often icy goat trails that pass for city sidewalks.
Even so, the focus on taking care of City Hall first and foremost yet again did not escape notice.
In particular, not only how well-cleared sidewalks were for City Hall’s benefit, but also how the clearing stopped short of providing any public benefit to the general public.
Deadend City Hall sidewalkA Quincy Quarry News photo

Inexplicably dead end City Hall sidewalk
A Quincy Quarry News photo

Then again, such imperial disregard of local residents to the benefit of the coat holders and other hangers on of the Koch Maladministration is nothing new to the long oppressed residents of the Q.
Even so, the abject disregard is still breathtaking with local primary elections coming up in September and local unfavorable ratings of Mayor Thomas P. Koch are such that former President Nixon’s unfavorable ratings upon the event of his resignation look not all that bad by comparison.
However, with the Ward 7 vote assumed to be a lock, perhaps Mayor Koch feels that he has things well under control care given this ward’s usually unanimous as well universal absentee ballot voting history, at least so long as the postal meter doesn’t jam.
Let them also eat cupcakesA Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune portrait

Let them also eat snow
A Jean-Michel Moreau le Jeune portrait

In the meanwhile, the Koch Maladministration continues to operate in a bubble while it concurrently continues to leave locals stuck both pounding as well as spreading sand on the icy as well as increasing mean public ways around the Q.
Expect Quincy Quarry to continue to offer the only truly hard-hitting media coverage of the Koch Maladministration as it continues to sod up the Q.
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