“Throwing down road treatments that are likely to be largely ineffective is not fiscally or environmentally prudent,” he said.
Wetherbee said once the snow ended, he also found it difficult to navigate, not only in Derry but in neighboring towns as well.
“I found conditions to be less than ideal almost everywhere I went,” he said. “ I think we need to be realistic. We live in New Hampshire. Expecting bare roads and speed limit driving after nearly a foot of snow over 30 hours, accompanied and followed by subzero temperatures, is just not realistic.”