What natural disaster is Colorado Springs most prone to? A forest fire that would come down the mountains to engulf Colorado Springs.
What's the scariest natural disaster you've experienced? When I was 14, a tornado hit our home near Akron, Ohio at 1:30 in the morning and tore off the roof.
Do you feel more anxious about natural disasters or economic disasters? Natural disasters, because you have little or no control over that.
How does Colorado Springs do on snow removal? Compared to a few places I've lived in the past, excellent. Even when it snows heavily, you can get around pretty well.
What natural disaster is most likely in Colorado Springs? Can I say economic disaster? If the military were to drastically downsize, we'd be a lot more prone to economic disaster than to an earthquake or tornado, or even a blizzard.
Do economic disasters or natural disasters worry you more? Natural disasters. They're uncontrollable, but economic disasters are more of a gradual process, so you can make choices or move away.
How well does this town do on snow removal? That's kind of a loaded question, because I do snow removal operations for the city at the airport. As far as the city as a whole, I've seen better snow removal in years past than now, especially on side roads.
What natural disaster is most likely here? Giant snowstorms.
What's the scariest natural disaster you've been in? Driving in a huge snowstorm near Salida. The roads were extremely icy, it was late at night and way out in the country, with my kids in the back of the car.
Do economic or natural disasters worry you most? b> I'm pretty prepared for natural disasters, but if the economy goes bad or the stock market crashes and I lose my retirement savings -- I don't have a lot of control over that.
Rate Colorado Springs on snow removal. They do a pretty good job most of the time.
What's the worst natural disaster you've been in? A hailstorm that ruined every roof in Skyway and Broadmoor back in the late '70s. Hail piled a foot high, and water was coming into my kitchen.
Do you fear natural or economic disasters more? b> Economic. There's so many people without jobs, or with jobs so low-paying they can't support themselves.
How does this city do on snow removal? Not too bad where I live, though lately it hasn't been as good. Twenty years ago, you'd go downtown and there'd be no snowplowing.