Shoveling or blowing snow into the street will cost you
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(WJBK) - Whether you're firing up the snow blower, or getting out the shovel, the Road Commissioners have a warning for you.
Do not shovel or blow snow into the street. It's illegal, anywhere in Michigan.
Removing the snow often becomes a big issue after winter storms like the storm Friday, which left up to 9 inches of snow in some areas
Violators caught shoveling or blowing snow into the street can get a ticket for up to 100 dollars or up to three months in Jail.
Shoveling or blowing snow into the street can block traffic, and creates extra work for road crews.