Local communities are considered “winter wonderlands” by many people.



At the same time, people are equally as thankful for being inside, watching the snow fall and sipping a warm beverage. Following a snow fall, they may even consider fun outdoor activities like skiing, snowmobiling, or snowshoeing; however, there is one activity that cannot escape them—snow removal from sidewalks and walkways.
Like cutting grass in the summertime, snow removal is necessary. Municipal codes require homeowners and occupants to at least remove the snow from their walkways on a timely basis. When people fail to remove snow on a timely basis, the winter quality of life is impeded and the safety of those walking is at risk.

(Please see the February 13  issue of the Tri-County News for more on this story.)

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