After the storm, the snowplow came through and pushed snow back into my yard or driveway. WHY?

Cleanup and widening operations often take place one to four days after the snowstorm, depending upon the severity of the storm and wind conditions. It is often necessary to widen roads to ensure that water from melting snow drains from the pavement surface to keep driving lanes open and free of excessive ice buildup. Unfortunately, cleanup and widening may push snow back into yards and driveways.

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1. Why do the plows block my driveway with snow?
2. After the storm, the snowplow came through and pushed snow back into my yard or driveway. WHY?
3. Who pays if the county knocks over my mailbox or damages my lawn?
4. Why isn't my subdivision getting plowed right away?
5. What should I do if my road isn't getting plowed?