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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Rd. Rept. and Answers to Anonymous

The roads right now are in excellent shape.

Answers to Anonymous:

It is impossible to get the road down to a gravel state even though we would love to. When it rains on the snow base of the road it makes it too heavy to be thrown by the snow blower,and if we used the grader to just push it to the side it would freeze then it would not be able to be moved at all thus narrowing the roads.

As for the "lay by" stretch you are referring to, there is at this time no where to pull into to make these spots without damaging my equipment.

Today the weather man is calling for rain then freezing rain later this afternoon and tonight and we will be back to a skating rink condition. All we can do is have patience and let mother nature do her thing and then we'll go back out clean up the roads.

Thanks for your question, hope this clears things up for you. Questions are always welcome, we will always try to answer them the best we can.

Jerry & Carol

P.S. At least with snow, there are no signs of black flies yet ha..., but the squirrels sure are scurrying around eating the seeds the birds are dropping.



3 Comments:

At 6:28 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patience.....i wish i could say that to my customers......i'll have to tell my boss that on monday when i can't make it in.
We all get it, less is more....or rather less for us, means more for you.

 
At 4:23 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok, thanks for the info anyhow.....
Looking forward to the rest of the winter.

Cheers

 
At 2:43 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That is bull as you could clear the ends of driveways enough for a car to turn off all along the road so people have some where to get off the road so others can pass. Winter time needs the places cleared out as you never know when people will be driving on the road. This has been said in the past and yet any plowers that have been hired have failed to heed what they are told.

 

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