I do all snow shoveling by hand at my office because the sidewalk area is small and does not warrant the use of a snow-blower. The bank next to my office has a large drive-through, and they pile their snow on my property instead of the available space on their own property on the other side of the drive.
I have asked them politely over the past few years if they would please not do that, but my requests are continuously ignored. Because they do this, I must shovel through 3-5 feet of piled snow in order to clear a public sidewalk. Some days it takes as long to shovel through their pile as it does to do my entire sidewalk.
The residents across the street from my office plow the snow from their driveway, and instead of pushing it off to the sides of their driveway, they push it out into the street and continue pushing it across the entire width so that all their snow ends in front of my office and their side is clear. Because of the other neighbor's pile of snow, it exacerbates the problem with the city plows.
I think heavy snowfall brings out the best and the worst in people. Unfortunately it seems the worst are in my neighborhood and simple common courtesy has disappeared.
Angry snow men mobs have now taken to the streets.