Rockland town worker suspended for allegedly dumping snow on business lot

 A town worker has been suspended after he allegedly dumped snow on a resident’s lot. 

The incident began on Sunday morning when Raymond Succar says the town plow driver began dumping snow on his car trading business lot. 

Succar stepped outside to stop the driver.

"That’s when he saw me and started driving towards me," Succar said. 

Surveillance video shows the plow turning and dropping snow as Succar stood in front of the loader. 

"I was thinking he was going to run me over," Succar said.

Succar said the worker told him, "I’m the boss."

Police say the incident began when the driver asked Succor to clear snow blocking a sidewalk. 

"If there is an incident like that, then the highway superintendent or police department goes to speak with the resident or business," said Rockland Town Administrator Allan Chiocca.

That, however, apparently did not happen. 

After learning of the incident, the town’s highway superintendent cleared the snow the driver allegedly dumped. 

The town says it will investigate the incident. 

"There is no excuse for a town employee to take that sort of action," Chiocca said. 

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