by Nicole Reitz
Granby resident Mark McCann went to work in late March and came home to find gravel and road debris on his wife’s Dodge Caliber and his Buick Le Sabre. The end of his driveway was also dug out.
McCann called Granby Highway Superintendent Ray Sullivan to look at the damage, which he believed was caused by the town’s snow plow.
Sullivan went to McCann’s home the night of the incident to take photos of the cars. Snow from earlier in the day had melted, revealing the damages.
Taking matters into his own hands, McCann brought his vehicles to Longley Bros Inc. in Fulton for an estimate. Between the three hours of labor needed on the cars and materials to fix the dings, scratches and pits to the exterior, Longley Bros assessed the damage in the sum of $1,540.
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