Snow removal damages property at NAU

 
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Weeks after school started, bicycle racks lie covered with snow. NAU’s snow removal was not up to standard as parking lots lie covered, and sheets of ice posed danger to every student walking to class. Weeks after school started, bicycle racks lie covered with snow. NAU’s snow removal was not up to standard as parking lots lie covered, and sheets of ice posed danger to every student walking to class. - Ian Horvath/ The Lumberjack See story, page 3.

Weeks after school started, bicycle racks lie covered with snow. NAU’s snow removal was not up to standard as parking lots lie covered, and sheets of ice posed danger to every student walking to class. - Ian Horvath/ The Lumberjack

A Jeep is parked on top of snow covering a parking spot near Fronske. Snow plows moved snow from the road and many parking spots, but covered many much needed spots with large amounts of snow. - Bryan Kinkade/ The Lumberjack

A Jeep is parked on top of snow covering a parking spot near Fronske. Snow plows moved snow from the road and many parking spots, but covered many much needed spots with large amounts of snow. - Bryan Kinkade/ The Lumberjack

A bent bench sits atop a pile of snow in front of McDonald Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 21. The haphazard placement of plowed snow around campus reduced space in parking lots and damanged bikes and other structures.  - Ian Horvath/ The Lumberjack

A bent bench sits atop a pile of snow in front of McDonald Hall on Wednesday, Jan. 21. The haphazard placement of plowed snow around campus reduced space in parking lots and damanged bikes and other structures. - Ian Horvath/ The Lumberjack

A truck parks on a snow pile in the Gateway Student Success Center parking lot. For many residents, parking in such location is impossible without four-wheel drive and such parking could be unsafe. - Bryan Kinkade/ The Lumberjack

A truck parks on a snow pile in the Gateway Student Success Center parking lot. For many residents, parking in such location is impossible without four-wheel drive and such parking could be unsafe. - Bryan Kinkade/ The Lumberjack

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