Jayivey Thrasher, Atlanta: “Probably have salt trucks all over main streets and highways and let out schools and businesses, but not all at the same time.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Brian Childress, Fayetteville: “People should pay more attention to the most recent weather forecasts to better prepare themselves.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Eric Goines, Conyers: “I think they should’ve closed schools on Monday and at the very least gave issue statements advising that if have a non-essential job ( i.e. fireman, police, healthcare ) to consider having your employees work from home.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Amika Maat, Atlanta: “Have snow supplies just sitting on reserve for whenever there is a major snow storm warning.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Tamara Diahann, Atlanta: “Ummm actually prepare. I feel like no one heeded to the weather warning.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Marc Turnley, Atlanta: “For me, more snacks. I knew it was going to be a storm so I stayed home and didn’t get caught up in traffic like those other suckas.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Anderson Theodore, Lithonia: “There should be a more localized meteorologist report to respond from opposed to the national report that’s less specific/accurate, this way an effective emergency protocol can be implemented... For this protocol it would be necessary for school superintendents and principals to be in better contact/communication with the Mayor and Governor to coordinate movement for security... School buses would be fitted with detachable plows in the event they need to move through ice... And employees would be advised to start put at work so that city workers and trucks could take necessary measure.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.
Kharis Ellison, Decatur: “Invest in a proper weather response team. They knew about it ahead of time and didn’t have anything prepared.” Compiled by Vincent Christie.