My mailbox was damaged by a snowplow. How do I get it fixed?

The town repairs or replaces only mailboxes and/or posts that are actually struck by a plow blade. Usually a paint mark or tire tracks supply evidence of a mailbox strike. The town does not repair or replace mailboxes and/or posts that fall from the force of plowed snow. Mailboxes and supporting posts must be installed to withstand the rigors of snow removal, including the force of snow pushed from the street onto the roadside.

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1. How can I properly dispose of paints and other household chemical products that I no longer need?
2. How wide is the town right-of-way along my street?
3. I have a Town tree in front of my house that is dropping branches and I would like to have the tree removed. Can the town take care of this?
4. I plan to do some digging in my yard. Who should I contact prior to digging?
5. My mailbox was damaged by a snowplow. How do I get it fixed?
6. My street sign is missing. How can I get it replaced?
7. When will my street be paved?
8. Who should be contacted if there is a problem with damaged or broken equipment at one of the playgrounds or school?
9. Who is responsible for cutting and maintaining grass / plantings at intersections to allow for viewing on-coming traffic?
10. Will the Town pick up large household items for disposal?