carolsue1ok, 2/ 3/2011 - 2:11pm "Dear Editor, I really want to know. Why is shovelling the side walk a big no no but plowing the parking lots and streets ok. I have heard two theories so far. One is it is just going to melt the next day. I think the weather has proved people wrong two years in a row now. The second one is snow is an act of God and if you shovel it and someone trips and falls they can sue you. Are streets, driveways and business's parking lots exempt. Please someone tell me the real reason because I come from two different states that if you did not shovel your side walks you could get a fine. My last question is why is it better for me to walk out in the street two miles and take my chances a car will not hit me than to shovel the side walk and to keep me safe. I tried to take the city bus into day and I know that I was on a snow route so I walked to where I could pick up a bus and there was no bus in sight. I understand from another person that there was just one bus on each route so I decide instead of waiting to complete the walk. I wore enough clothes and ice walkers that it was no big deal and I thank that man at the bus stop for giving me the information I needed so I could decide how long I wanted to wait or if I wanted to continue my journey. I also thank the two cars who stopped and asked me if I wanted a ride but I had not been out of my house for two days that I was really enjoying the sun and the walk. But please someone who really know the answer please post it. Just wondering."
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