Larry Heckel, with Colliers property management, helps clear sidewalks in BoDo on Jan. 4. A recent opinion from the Idaho Attorney General’s office suggests Ada County Highway District, not private property owners and managers like Colliers, is responsible for clearing snow from sidewalks in the district’s right-of-way.
Larry Heckel, with Colliers property management, helps clear sidewalks in BoDo on Jan. 4. A recent opinion from the Idaho Attorney General’s office suggests Ada County Highway District, not private property owners and managers like Colliers, is responsible for clearing snow from sidewalks in the district’s right-of-way. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com
Larry Heckel, with Colliers property management, helps clear sidewalks in BoDo on Jan. 4. A recent opinion from the Idaho Attorney General’s office suggests Ada County Highway District, not private property owners and managers like Colliers, is responsible for clearing snow from sidewalks in the district’s right-of-way. Katherine Jones kjones@idahostatesman.com

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