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Toledo street crews, fresh off several days of working 12
hours on, 12 off due to the recent snowfall, are now getting back to leaf
collection thanks to the warmer weather, and some are being put on pothole
The freeze-thaw cycles have the potential to lead to
plenty of potholes forming, and on Friday the city dispatched some crews with
cold patch material to hit some trouble spots, including the Anthony Wayne
Trail, Alexis, Jackman and other areas.
Dave Pratt, Toledo Commissioner of Streets, Bridges and
Harbor, says he's expecting the next freeze-thaw cycle to be much worse.
"We're getting a few potholes now, then with the next
freeze coming next week, what'll happen is that moisture getting under the
pavement will freeze again, and we'll start seeing more potholes coming up,
probably the next two, three weeks."
The city has a hotline for people to report a pothole: