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Yeah I've been googling a bunch this morning. The road is private, and technically where the snow being plowed is into the easement road, not undisputedly on our sole property. But we may have something with harassment. I'm planning on messaging the deputy we've been dealing with for some advice and also a trail. I'm glad I've taken pics so I have time stamps.@Pistolkitty still should call out the law to start documenting the activity to create a paper trail for habitual harassment. That way when you do catch them they can't really wriggle out of it. And you can bet your lovely neighbors are very well aware and encouraging the plow operator to keep up the good work. Could even attempt a little subterfuge and ask who their snow removal company is so you can hire them to keep your entryway clear too. If that road you're on is considered public in any legal sense, you have a case against them.
And for reference;
ID Code § 18-3907 (2019)
This statute applies to all public roads. Idaho property owners, renters, and private snow removal operators may not deposit, shovel, blow, or plow snow onto or next to a public highway or road.
Can't go anywhere with malicious mischief as they aren't technically causing any damage. Although a weld broke on our plow trying to move the last big ice pile. But I have a feeling it would be small claims court bullshit where we would spend more money dealing with that than it would cost to just fix it. We shall see. I'm definitely documenting everything.