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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
City of Toledo's street crews are currently busy on pothole patrol, as the
recent temperature changes and precipitation have created conditions for
potholes to form on city streets.
going to see that in the next month or so, because we've had that freeze cycle,"
explained Toledo Streets Commissioner David Pratt. "And then it thaws out and
we had more rain, which allows moisture to get underneath the pavement and
create more potholes."
said because of an aggressive crack-sealing program over the past two years,
the city had fewer potholes in 2012 - around 51,000 - with a typical year being
is also asking everyone to help be their eyes on the roads, and report all
potholes to the city hotline, 419-936-BUMP.