What a difference a boundary makes.
Pleasant Prairie's thoroughfares were in good winter driving condition -- at worst -- while the City of Kenosha's streets were, as usual, snow covered, slippery and in horrible shape.
After 15 minutes of driving I finally saw the city's snow plow -- with its blade up!
This is one of the few area where Mayor John Antaramian lays an egg. How dare the city seek more tax money from property owners when it can't properly use what it already collects.
Of course, why should the mayor care? He's a lame duck.
A mayor who should care, however, is Milwaukee's Tom Barrett.
By all accounts city plows and salters did a terrible job with last Saturday's storm -- and they had several days advance notice, including an accurate projection of when the storm would hit the city.
There was a time when these services were executed consistently well. No more.
Perhaps these politicians should venture south to Chicago and ask what happened to Michael Bilandic.