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When he called government offices to ask why the sidewalks had not been plowed, everyone pointed the finger at someone else.
With a 2-bottom, 14-inch plow, an area 28 inches wide is plowed on each pass.
LAND The section of a field to be plowed is called a land.
A dead furrow results when neighboring furrows are plowed in opposite directions, throwing the soil away from each other (or the open furrow left at the edge of the field).
But the board voted this week to have Town Administrator James Smith and Highway Superintendent Mark Brigham implement a policy that will allow some private roads that meet certain criteria to be plowed.
Until 2005, around 14 to 16 private roads and church parking lots were plowed during winter storms, according to information provided by Mr.
The criteria used to determine which roads could be plowed include requirements that there be at least four year-round homes on the street; that it have safe and adequate turnaround areas; that the road be open to public use; and that private bridges must have a certificate stating they are safe and have a certified load limit.
Dave McBride, a local settler, plowed a furrow SO miles long from Grenada to Amarillo for guidance.
Any man that has ever plowed a day knows he can do more plowing and better plowing with a left-hand plow than he can with a right-hand one, simply because his lead horse walks in the furrow, and the plow cuts an even width and depth all the time, whereas with a right-hand plow the lead horse walks on the land and is continually bearing into the furrow, which makes the plow cut less and unevenly.