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The material in this question and answer series is for your information only. It is not legal advice and is not designed to be used in place of legal advice. You should consult your own attorney for legal advice. The St. Joseph Legal Department provides this series to provide a general summary of procedures concerning violations of city ordinances in the City of St. Joseph, Missouri. It is issued to inform generally, not to advise of specific rights. As with any general information, the answers given here may not specifically apply to you.
You plowed my driveway full of snow!
It seems like it happens every time. By the time crews can complete emergency and secondary routes and start in the districts, most property owners have already cleared their driveways. Here comes the plow... and pushes snow back into the entrance of your nice, clean driveway. We appreciate your diligence and hard work, and offer this helpful hint when clearing your driveway. Clear an area prior to your driveway so that when the plows come, they will not push any snow back into your driveway, helping them and you.
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1. You plowed the street two blocks away from me, whey didn’t you plow my street?
2. Why did you plow the snow to my curb where I park?
3. You plowed my driveway full of snow!
4. Why don’t you plow every time it snows like the state does?
5. I’ve lived here for 40 years and you’ve never plowed my street.
6. How can I get a salt barrel for my neighborhood?
7. Why did you tow my car?
8. My wife is pregnant and you haven’t salted my street yet, what if she needs an ambulance?