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frustrated

North Haven, CT

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Jan 12, 2009
 

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To all the landscapers, Please do not push the snow across the street on my land. My driveway is down the road from you and the town plow then moves that snow into my driveway making more work for me.
You also are pushing salt and sand on my lawn which I work hard at to keep neat and nice looking in Spring, Summer, and Fall. This causes dead spots where you inconsideratly have pushed the snow.
Third, it creates a safety hazard for cars and pedestrians.

My feelings are that the property owners should be given a warning for first offense and a fine for subsequent offenses. The property owner is responsible for the actions of his landscaper. ANY pile of snow pushed on the roadway across the street from a driveway should be targeted for a warning or a fine. It is not hard to see.
The town guys do a great job and you also make it harder for them. Give us all a bread and use some common sense.
Biff

Newington, CT

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May 22, 2012
 

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frustrated wrote:
To all the landscapers, Please do not push the snow across the street on my land. My driveway is down the road from you and the town plow then moves that snow into my driveway making more work for me.
You also are pushing salt and sand on my lawn which I work hard at to keep neat and nice looking in Spring, Summer, and Fall. This causes dead spots where you inconsideratly have pushed the snow.
Third, it creates a safety hazard for cars and pedestrians.
My feelings are that the property owners should be given a warning for first offense and a fine for subsequent offenses. The property owner is responsible for the actions of his landscaper. ANY pile of snow pushed on the roadway across the street from a driveway should be targeted for a warning or a fine. It is not hard to see.
The town guys do a great job and you also make it harder for them. Give us all a bread and use some common sense.
Shouldn't the landscapers/snowplowers be given a fine? Seems only fair.
SE Sucks

Newington, CT

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Feb 14, 2013
 

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Yeah....
We had the Army Core of Engineers over here after the blizzard. Seems the snowplow guy and his troll lackey didn't have a clue what to do.
Residents did most of his job for him by shoveling out 5 feet of snow from their cars making his job 10 times easier. Moron.
English SUCKS

Switzerland

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Jun 20, 2013
 

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Scott English, "Landscaper": A HACK.

Kills bird's nests and birds. Leaves trimmings behind. Leaves stumps behind. Cuts plants and flowers with edge trimmer. Blows his horn when he wants to plow the snow....a subtle hint....get out of your house and move your car. Wrecks driveways and curbs.

Arrogant. Self-righteous. Rude. Liar. Piece of Sh*t.
Ur A POS

Redmond, WA

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Jun 21, 2013
 
Hides behind Property Management Companies to shelter his incompetence, greed and indifference.

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