Does Your Town Have “Workers for a Fee”? Fair Lawn Does!

Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! Blizzard Jonas is upon us and wrecking havoc on us all. Because this is the age of technology some things are so much easier for many of us. We can now look things up very easily to get help with things instead of just calling or praying for helpers to come dig you out in a blizzard. Fair Lawn does something very fascinating that I don’t know if other towns do, but might want to, which is they have a list called Workers For a Fee. Or look it up online if places are closed for business.

I’m on that list for snow shoveling and have been on it for a long time. I was even in an article by The Record’s Bill Ervolino (from February 2014 — which I can’t believe was already 2 years ago. Time flies!) talking about this list that has been very helpful for the citizens of Fair Lawn and for me as a college student who is able to do something I like while making some money at the same time. Please read full article here.

If you live in another town call your health department and see if there’s a list like this were you can ask for helpers like me. I think the list has been around a long time – at least 5 years because I’ve been on it for that long. This is a replacement to when kids used to go out, walk and ask people if they need to be shoveled out. How times have changed, but there are still people out there who are able to help you out with your yard or snow. I’m living proof that young people do more then just go on social media, party and text.

PSA: If you are in the Fair Lawn Area and need help with your yard work or snow shoveling hit me up one time and maybe we can work something out. I have a good track record and my team does good work. The young people are out there!

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