There’s still some snow on the ground, but things seem to be back to pre-blizzard normalcy for the morning commute today.
There are still a few detours happening on Philly’s transit, and a few more for those who live in New Jersey.
And some of those who live in New Jersey aren’t happy about it:
A lawmaker who sponsored the constitutional amendment creating the office of lieutenant governor says New Jersey’s top two executives should not be out of state at the same time.
Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman said Tuesday that she’s dismayed that Gov. Chris Christie and Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno are both on vacation this week.
That left Senate President Stephen Sweeney, the third-in-command, to deal with the massive storm.
What do you think? Feed the Feed: Was it irresponsible for top leaders to be out of the state during an emergency?