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TELL US: What are Columbia's sidewalks like in the snow?

Monday, January 13, 2014 | 2:33 p.m. CST

COLUMBIA — What is your experience like walking, biking or driving around Columbia during snowy weather? How does the weather affect your commute or daily schedule?

When classes are not in session, I take the city bus to work at the newsroom. Recently, I have encountered some difficulties and frustrations with the state of the sidewalks. I wrote a blog post about my own experience, but I want to take a broader look into the entire city's attitude. I am, after all, not the only person who walks to the bus stop.

The Missourian wants to hear about your perspective — complaints, compliments and concerns welcome.

Please fill out the foll0wing survey. You can choose to do so anonymously, or tell us how to reach you in case we have follow-up questions. Your answers and information will not be published unless you give us consent to do so.

Supervising editor is Joy Mayer.


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