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Potholes Update: The Squeaky Wheel Gets Tarred

In New York City on 22 April 2010 at 12:28 am

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Success! DOT workers on Amsterdam told me that they were patching the potholes to make the street temporarily safe; a resurfacing crew should be out shortly to tear the thing up and lay new asphalt.
This cheers me a little, as I fully expected at least another two or three phone calls.

Ghostly cyclist already making use of swift repairs


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In New York City on 15 April 2010 at 4:55 pm

One of my most frequent gripes about this city is potholes. I like to complain, so potholes have competition (weather, taxes, litter, people), but they’ve jumped to the top of my list because Amsterdam, where it runs by my place, looks like this.

Tore up.

Those are cobblestones that G.Washington threw at K.George when fighting for our freedom

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