Huntingdon Borough says they’re getting more complaints than usual this year about sidewalks not being cleared of snow.
Keith Wilson’s wife has a daycare in huntingdon. They say when people don’t shovel their walks, they’re worried one of the kids she watches could slip and get hurt.
“My wife, she baby-sits up the street here, and we have children that we’re having to let cross,”Wilson, said. “We would like to let them cross in front of our house to come down the street to avoid this corner down here, it’s a very busy intersection.”
It’s a danger his daughter Brionna has experienced on her way to the bus stop.
“I fell multiple times,” she said.
If sidewalks in Huntingdon Borough like this aren’t cleared within twenty four hours after it stops snowing, homeowners will get doorknocking slips like this on their front door.”
“The numbers that we have for January on the property owners that did not remove the snow and ice from their sidewalks within the established time frame was 151, in the month of February that was 149,” Jim Morris, Zoning and Code Enforcement Officer for Huntingdon Borough said.