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Dear Vendor,

Your property is located in an area identified as high probability for inclement weather conditions.

Please note if your area has received 3 inches and over of snowfall, MAAG expects all snow to be removed from public sidewalks, driveways, and a path cleared to the front entrance of the property.

If inclement weather persists please refrain from performing these services until snowfall has ceased.

Please email William Walsh at [email protected] for snow removal work orders or questions.

Thank you,

MAAG Alerts


I received this email earlier today and I have no idea where a property (it really has been THAT slow) is located. I replied back to the email and have yet to hear a response.
 

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Canned email in response to a canned weather alert.
 
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I have 30 properties that received all over 5 inches the other day and did not receive a single work order for snow from either AMS or MAAG
 
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MKM Landscaping said:
I have 30 properties that received all over 5 inches the other day and did not receive a single work order for snow from either AMS or MAAG
What confuses me is that I do not believe I have done an AMS or MAAG property.
 
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What confuses me is that I do not believe I have done an AMS or MAAG property.

It's a MASS email. Goes out to every contractor that has ever; a. done work for them b. applied to be a vendor c. could potentially do work for them

I received the same email...! Problem is we received snowfall 4 days ago and now it's well beyond the local municipality code enforcements window. Citations are likely already sent.
 

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It's a MASS email. Goes out to every contractor that has ever; a. done work for them b. applied to be a vendor c. could potentially do work for them

I received the same email...! Problem is we received snowfall 4 days ago and now it's well beyond the local municipality code enforcements window. Citations are likely already sent.

Citations?? Code enforcement??? Man i'm glad i live where i do..............
 

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thanohano44 said:
In summit county Ut, if the snow isn't cleared in 48 hours, the fines come heavy and quick!!






Revenue generation.
 
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