Who pays if the county knocks over my mailbox or damages my lawn?

Residents are advised that any items in the road right of way are placed at the residents' own risk and the County is not responsible for damages. Many residents, especially those residing on curved roads, have placed temporary markers along their properties. This can be helpful to the plow drivers initially, but the markers are sometimes damaged during cleanup and widening operations.

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1. Why do the plows block my driveway with snow?
2. After the storm, the snowplow came through and pushed snow back into my yard or driveway. WHY?
3. Who pays if the county knocks over my mailbox or damages my lawn?
4. Why isn't my subdivision getting plowed right away?
5. What should I do if my road isn't getting plowed?