I have been in pain this weekend. Do you know why?
I went to do my Friday errand and I slipped on the ice in front of your house. This is a busy avenue close to a school and a shul and a lot of old and young people pass by.
I wish you would be more considerate and take care of the sidewalk in front of your house and not cause a chilul hashem – not to mention pain to other people.
How long does it to make to shovel in front of your house or put some salt? How difficult it is to buy salt from the hardware store across your house and put on the ice?
Is it right that people like me be in pain and can’t sit or do anything because of the fall.
What are you thinking?
Dear COLlive, please post this and show people the importance of shoveling snow!
I was driving on Troy, between Crown and Carroll. They tried putting up a yuppie condo building here but did not get approved so the lot is empty.
This elder man was walking with things in his hand and I saw him falling down. I caught the aftermath of the fall from a distance. He then got up but was struggling to continue to walk on the snow/ice.
Luckily there doesn’t seem to have been any injuries.
I can’t blame anyone specific for not cleaning this part of the sidewalk. I hope those who do own homes and businesses will make sure they clear up what’s in front of their properties for the sake of the public.