BOSTON (MyFoxBoston.com) – Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino said Friday that he gives the city an A-plus for its response to last weekend's blizzard.
According to the Boston Herald, Menino appeared on the "Today Show" at Faneuil Hall and said while there were some issues, the city did an "A-plus job" when asked about how the city handled the storm. He said "we did a fairly good job."
The storm dumped two feet of snow on Boston and left some streets filled with snow for days. The blizzard also shut down the MBTA for 48 hours. Two people died from what officials believe was carbon monoxide poisoning.
The city's Boston Public Works chief, Joanne Massaro, has come under heavy criticism for the handling of snow removal in Boston during the blizzard.
Police have responded to seven cars that were vandalized throughout the city of Boston. Windows have been broken and tires slashed. Police said they believe the vandalism is related to people moving parking savers in shoveled-out spots.
Read more: The Boston Herald