Anyone else out there go throught his awkward step in your business. We are at the point where we are thinking of hiring someone at least full time seasonal April through November that could easily add a month at the beginning of the year to qork on equipment or something. We are pretty sure we can continue to get the contracted work to support that person, but we arent sure until we have the contracts signed and returned. If we dont plan on doing snow removal are there people out there that will work hard for 9 months and then go into layoff for the winter, or do we NEED to find them work with another business ssay to help with snowplowing or do we need ot add that service to our own company. We dont want to because of the equipment costs and the breakdown of the equipment, but if we had to in order to hire someone good and keep them year round. Any hints out there people?