Some neighborhoods handled the snow better than others

February 15, 2010

How wonderful to read the story about the industrious people on Curley Street ("Neighbors dig path toward friendship," Feb. 14). These people are to be commended for not only being thoughtful, considerate neighbors but also resourceful citizens. I have heard many stories from friends of people in their neighborhoods doing the same thing.

In my neighborhood people are clearing off their cars and throwing the snow into the street. Then they rail against the city for not coming and taking it away. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand that shoveling more snow into the street is an incredibly stupid thing to do. During hard times we see that there are three kinds of people in this world -- those who make things better for others, those who do nothing, and those who make things worse. I want to move to a neighborhood where, at least, people don't make a bad situation worse.

Linda Moul, Baltimore

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