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Re: A Hudson lesson in the science of potholes: You can’t blame the snow this winter
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Instead of wasting 500K in a piss poor effort that leaves streets with a bunch of patches that get ripped year after the year, the city would be better served with a comprehensive repaving plan that actually rips out existing roads and paves them over smoothly. The current "solution is anything but... the city just re-did 1st Street and it looks as bad as before they came, and the result is just AWFUL: the surface is just a mess of bumps.

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A Hudson lesson in the science of potholes: You can’t blame the snow this winter

Today 8:57 AM (4/15/2019)
By Aya Elamroussi | The Jersey Journal

Even though Mother Nature didn’t drop a whole lot of snow on Hudson County this winter, drivers — and their vehicles — have not been spared by the plethora of potholes plaguing the roads.

The county saw a paltry 18 inches of snow this winter, compared to 36-48 inches last year, according to data compiled by the state climatologist and the National Weather Service.

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2019/04/a-hu ... the-snow-this-winter.html

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