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I am kind of desperate. 2 years we did not have this issues while doing snowplow on a condo setting with a round about There was on one side, no fence and we could push the snow there. Now, they put a fence and there is no place to pile the snow even only for 24 h
Do you have a solution for removing instantly the snow from the premises ?
Aside of a "fryer" (just kidding), how can I plow and remove the snow at the same time ?
Thanks in advance for all your answers
 

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Plow as usual.
The road is set in a right of way with setbacks.
Windrow it up against the fence.

1.Did they put up the fence in the right of way?
2. Did they put up the fence to stop snow from being deposited on their lawn?

Or get a tractor with a snow blower and blow the snow out into the center of the roundabout.
 

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Plow as usual.
The road is set in a right of way with setbacks.
Windrow it up against the fence.

1.Did they put up the fence in the right of way?
2. Did they put up the fence to stop snow from being deposited on their lawn?

Or get a tractor with a snow blower and blow the snow out into the center of the roundabout.
Hello Thanks for your suggestions but I cannot put the snow on the round about because there is a security pass and cod panel with a concrete flower planter/bed
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True, but is an arm and a leg cost at my end to do this. And they will not pay for it maybe
 

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If they created more work to perform the same service, the price needs to change accordingly, push it against the fence, or you are going to have to re locate the snow.
 
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