Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller hurled a verbal snowball at the city of Annapolis Tuesday morning, criticizing what he called the municipality's "disgraceful" efforts to clear icy and slippery roads.
Annapolitians, he said, "should have better treatment from their elected officials."
"This is a high-end city," he said. "It is a very wealthy city. What was good in the 1700s is not acceptable." The weekend blizzard left snow drifts in Annapolis that reached 33 inches, said a spokesman. An official tally of the storm's accumulation has not yet been released because of measuring errors.
Miller said he almost got stuck on the Duke of Gloucester Street Monday evening, a road he labeled "a main artery." Also he said there were three-inch ridges of ice clogging Market Street.