Why does the county cut limbs off the trees along the roads?
Tree limbs that can reach vehicles when laden with snow cause the travel way to narrow, resulting in roadway hazards. Also, as the snow falls from these limbs, it creates concentrations of icepack. By trimming these limbs, it reduces risks to the public.

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1. Why does the county plow snow into my driveway and not just push it past?
2. Why does the county cut limbs off the trees along the roads?
3. Will the County survey my property?
4. How do I get the speed limit changed on my street?