“To a car it’s just a normal pothole, but it could be life-threatening to a motorcyclist.”
A steady stream of cars clunk over the potholes that go all the way along the Southfield-Oak Park border.
Almost exactly one year ago, David Eggert of the Associated Press reported that “high-level talks over fixing Michigan’s deteriorating roads are at a standstill in the Capitol.”
Hackel says he thinks many lawmakers are not moving forward on a funding solution out of fear of not getting re-elected.
The city says it will repair potholes within 24 to 48 hours of being notified about them. Residents can report potholes via phone or by sending the city a message on its Facebook pages.
People come into the repair shop not even realizing parts of their cars are missing.
It’s almost a done deal.
Half of that money is planned to be set to local communities in the new future.
With road crews struggling to keep up with the cracks and crevices on area streets, Warren’s mayor proposes a unique agreement: Let our city patch county pavement.
Authorities are advising motorists to leave early and give yourself extra time to get to your destination … and be sure to give the snow plows and salt trucks room to do their jobs.