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CLEAR THE PATH

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DazedConfused

DazedConfused Report 21 Jan 2013 14:56

And do be careful. Some councils do not want people clearing the public pathway/pavements. This is because of ice forming under a further snowfall and the person having the accident suing them.

I think in most instances you are OK on your own property ie path from public pavement to front door, but past your own gate etc., leave well alone.

Sylvia

Sylvia Report 21 Jan 2013 13:11

Thanks Dizzi
I will check ours x

+++DetEcTive+++

+++DetEcTive+++ Report 21 Jan 2013 11:48

Thanks Dizzi.

Ours is from Sains unused from last year, but I'll get OH to check before he gets busy

AnnCardiff

AnnCardiff Report 21 Jan 2013 11:43

too right - it's the salt unfortunately that destroys the road surfaces

DIZZI

DIZZI Report 21 Jan 2013 11:39

IF YOUR USING SALT TO CLEAR DRIVEWAYS FIRST CHECK ON BAG SOME FROM T*S*O SAY DO NOT USE ON CONCRETE BECAUSE IT ROTS IT WAY