Tell Buffalo Officials You’re Mad About Snow Plowing Now
The City of Buffalo and its Public Works department have had such a terrible response to the last few snowstorms that officials are holding a public meeting to hear from city residents and come up with a solution.
The Buffalo Common Council, the City of Buffalo's Legislative Branch, announced on its official Facebook page they are requesting residents submit comments or sign up to speak at a public hearing they are holding on Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 2:00 P.M.
Residents and others who have been impacted by the performance of Buffalo's snow removal service are encouraged to attend and share their story and experiences.
The Buffalo Common Council will be holding a special Finance Committee meeting to hear from residents on their experiences and concerns with snow removal on Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2022, at 5:30 PM via Zoom and streaming on Facebook Live. If you are a Buffalo resident and would like to have your concerns, ideas, or feedback heard on this topic, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up to speak during this virtual meeting.
-The Buffalo Common Council
If you have anything to share with city officials regarding snow clogged streets, or how the local government has performed this winter, here is your opportunity to make your voice heard. The only way for things to improve is for those who have a stake in our community to speak up.
You can click here if you are interested in submitting written comments for the public hearing. If you want to speak at the meeting, you need to contact the Buffalo Common Council Staff via e-mail here, or you can call them at 716-851-4186.