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PostSubject: Unshovelled sidewalk - ice and compacted snow   Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:10 pm

Should there be a person to shovel the snow on the sidewalk parallel to Southpoint Dr? The past 2 days of snow has made the sidewalk icy and then added with compacted snow. It is a slipping hazard and possibly a potential lawsuit.
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