New York City's response to the blizzard
The blizzard of December 2010 will likely not be remembered solely for its near-record snowfall, but also for the unplowed streets and mass transit meltdown. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city's response was adequate, and he defended the cleanup effort, saying that crews were being slowed down by abandoned cars on the streets.
"There's no reason for everybody to panic," he said. "Our city is doing exactly what you'd want it to do."
But what do you think? Did the city do an effective enough job of getting the streets cleared? Was the response appropriate to the severity of the storm? Sound off, and you might see your comments on Eyewitness News.