A GTCRC truck knocked down my mailbox, will you fix it?

If a GTCRC vehicle / equipment strikes a mailbox, GTCRC will offer a gift card to the property owner in an amount GTCRC deems appropriate to cover the materials required to restore mail service.   GTCRC is not responsible for mailbox damage caused by impact of snow / ice / etc. thrown when plowing. 
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 Residents should prepare mailboxes for winter by tightening screws and ensuring the post and receptacle are secure enough to endure large amounts of thrown snow. If the mailbox moves when shaken, it may not withstand standard snow removal operations and should be repaired or replaced before winter.

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1. How does GTCRC prioritize snow and ice removal?
2. When will GTCRC plow my subdivision or gravel road?
3. A GTCRC truck knocked down my mailbox, will you fix it?
4. Why do snowplows block my driveway with snow?
5. I pay property taxes, why don’t I get snow removal service?
6. Is it legal to pass a snowplow?
7. Why is that plow truck going so fast?
8. Why would salt be spread on a road after the winter storm is over?