Josh and the Armchair Mayor: snowed-in

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Mel Rothenburger and Josh Pagé debate whether the city of Kamloops does a good enough job clearing roads. Josh's car was recently caught up in snow pushed into his driveway by a city plow. (Josh Pagé/CBC).
City snow plow drivers tend to get a flurry of complaints like these: "they don't plow residential streets fast enough," or " they shove snow onto sidewalks."

But there is one complaint that snowballs faster than the rest.

We sent Josh Pagé and Mel Rothenburger out to shovel through the myths, and find the truth about snowed-in driveways caused by city plows.
This episode of Josh and the Armchair Mayor falls in upper Sahali.
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