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City workers fill potholes

April 11, 2013

Motorists who’ve felt the bumps and jolts while driving down Minot’s city streets know the potholes are especially bad this year. “We are fighting them,” street superintendent Rick Hair sai....

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Apr-11-13 1:14 PM

And if we could have our raods MAINTAINED the potgoles wouldn't be nearly as numerous. Other than broadway, when is the last time there was a major effort to update a surface. I wouldn't mind paying my Minot OUTRAGEOUS taxes if I could see the money!

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Apr-12-13 9:36 AM

I don't know what road you drive on, '73, but I've seen 'major effort' on a number of streets, like 16th/4th Ave, 16th SW, 2nd St SE, 22nd St NW, 3rd St SE and NE... pretty sure this is a fraction of the list - why not call and get the real data, i'm sure they'd give it to you.

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Apr-13-13 1:42 PM

Your right Dakotagun but chip seal is just a bandaid. Sure 16th got new overlayment and there are some projects going on. Mainly side streets that I am referring to such as 6th ST from Edison, all the way to MSU, where you darn near need a four wheel drive. Intersections of 6th/burdick and 6th/4th Ave NW are terrible. If it was this year, I get it but it has been gradually getting worse every year with no "real" fix.

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