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Winter woes

Some residents suffer snowplow damage

January 5, 2014

By STACY M. BROWN Pocono Record STROUDSBURG (AP) — Winter can be tough, especially on private property, and no one knows that better than Stroud Township resident Pamela Wnuk....

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pinecr

Jan-08-14 9:26 AM

Just because the people who drive the plows work hard does not give them the right to damage private property. Pay up!

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WeThePeople

Jan-07-14 8:45 AM

I do believe the guys/gals have to work hard sometimes long hours plowing, but when I was a younger man back in the 80's I used to have to plow our drive that led right onto US 15 S. plus the neighbors also. And I was only using a small sears grass mower that I could take the blades off and put the plow on in the winter. As soon as I would get it plowed so we could get out onto the highway another plow would come by and plow it shut, sometimes even burying me in the process, but what can you do. I am glad those days are behind me and feel for the people who have to go through what I did, but we survive, we ALL have a job to do, jut do the best you can...

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