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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Dana Osterling
The workweek in the snow-clobbered Northeast got off to a slow and slippery start Monday as drivers encountered unplowed streets, two-lane roads reduced to a single channel and snowbanks so high it was hard to see around corners.
"It was definitely a struggle to get here," said Dana Osterling, who lives in Leverett in western Massachusetts and commutes to Boston twice a week to attend the Berklee College of Music.