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Posted: 04/8/2014 2:00 PM | Comments: 0
The snow was cleared on Portage Avenue, for which I am grateful. But as often happens, mounds of snow were left in front of openings such as driveways, side streets and sidewalks.
I want to commend the young man who, while stopped at a red light on Portage Avenue by the CNIB building, put his four-way flashers on and got out of his car to assist a visually impaired person get over one of these mounds in front of the sidewalk in order to cross the avenue.
Realizing others would encounter the same treacherous obstacle, he retrieved a shovel and cleared a path.
What a wonderful and thoughtful young man! This winter may have been cold, but the people are warm and caring.
— Lorry Litman
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