I did. I did see a city plow. It was at 39th Avenue and Roosevelt Road in Kenosha at 9:25 p.m.
The plow went right through the intersection southbound on 39th Avenue -- with the blade up (although it did drop some salt on the snow covered road).
From downtown Kenosha the roads were snow covered and slippery. I'm glad to know it isn't just me who thinks that plowing and salting isn't what it used to be.
It's a skill but not rocket science: you simply have to keep up with the storm. That shouldn't be so difficult since the National Weather Service issues pinpoint short-term forecasts which are fairly accurate.
It's Wisconsin. It's winter. These crews should be out there dealing with it.