This was a real problem last winter. And I can see it becoming one again!

The HUGE snowbanks that make it hard — and almost impossible — for drivers to know if it is safe to turn or not.

Last winter, the worst snowbanks I've ever seen were at some side streets connected to Westnedge. We all know how busy and crazy it can get on Westnedge, so why make it harder? After all, it is not just everyone else who is in danger — it is you too!

Should Kalamazoo, Portage and other cities make height limits for all snowbanks? This would help with trying to see over and around them.

I don't have the answer, but it is getting worse and more dangerous, so what can be done?

Will can't see around this snowbank in Kalamazoo.