Patching potholes: Managing the repairs
City street departments have had their fill of plowing snow this year, and with the repeated freezing and thawing of area roads, they now can expect to get their fill of patching potholes, too.
Each year, the roadway nuisances crop up and cause potential headaches for drivers, especially if hitting one results in vehicle damage. Repeat freeze and thaw cycles cause road pavements to break down and form potholes, especially on roads that already are in bad shape.
Batavia Street Superintendent Scott Haines said this area escaped a lot of precipitation and fluctuations in temperature in the first half of winter, but more severe weather settled in during the second half of the season.
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