Hello everyone; I've enjoyed reading posts on this site over the years, but first time posting. I need some opinions. We do commercial plowing in suburban areas, but have an opportunity to expand into a few large apartments complexes within the Buffalo, NY city limits. Plowing is plowing, right? Wrong. No where to put snow, very very tight areas, and sidewalks galore; all of which I am not normally used to. So leads me to my questions; With a typical 2 stage snowblower, how many linear feet of sidewalk can you expect to do in an hour (3" snowfall can be used for this example) ? Do you solely use walk behind spreaders for salting sidewalks? How many linear feet of sidewalks justify you using an ATV or other motorized unit for clearing them? Have you installed salt totes within a property so the sidewalk salters can refill without returning to a truck? Any issues with these and/or recommendations on brands? These properties we are looking at are too tight for a typical 3/4 ton with a plow; would you go with small trucks (toyota tacoma) with plows or skidsteers? (we currently run two skidsteers on other properties, they are great but have a hard time finding operators). Any relevant advice would be appreciated. Thanks!