The NYS DOT recently spiffed up Raymond Avenue in Arlington, installing three small diameter rotary intersections and rows of street lights with lenses cunningly contrived to glare directly in your eyes. Why installing black, non-reflectorized bollards two feet away from the travel lane at each crosswalk seemed like a good idea escapes me, too.
Anyhow, it seems one of those streetlights was a bit too close to the corner. The ruts across the top of the picture came from a truck that evidently clipped the pole and neatly fractured the entire aluminum (?) base casting without bending anything else.
Further south, this wall in Wappingers Falls shows why flat-roof building aren’t such a great idea in snow country:
That isn’t a new problem, by the way. Last year it looked like this:
Not much one can do: water goes where it will.