My Minute of News: A poem for nameless Salt Lake City snowplows
Naming SLC snowplows
Snowplows are the unsung heroes of the winter season. Each year snowplows clear nearly 2,000 lane miles of roadway. This year, Salt Lake City Streets Division is on a mission to honor the men, no… the myths, no… the machines!
What names should Salt Lake City’s snowplows have? Baby Snowda? You decide! We’re excited for the public to help us name 10 snowplows in our fleet. Visit https://t.co/xgcfxwvzQx to pick your favorite names—but hurry, the poll will only be open until Tuesday December 14th! ❄️ pic.twitter.com/LhuxwSDCqz
— SLC Transportation, Engineering, & Streets (@slcmoves) December 7, 2021
A poem for nameless snowplows, by Jeff Caplan
While we wait for snow to blanket the region…
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