Review finds Columbus snow crews performed well, but city considers changes

Columbus, OH – Some residents were unsatisfied with the city's effort to clear neighborhood roads during the heavy winter storm in February. The city plans to conduct an annual review of its snow removal plan, set up a formal process to recruit and train private contractors, use more city workers and equipment from other departments earlier in snow storms and possibly add snow removal equipment. Hear WCBE's interview with Assistant Public Service Director Mary Carran Webster, who says the city did a good job on freeways and major roads, which the snow removal plan mandates crews treat first.