‘Pothole Killer’ is back! CLE officials outline repair, maintenance plan for city streets

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CLEVELAND, Ohio –The ‘Pothole Killer‘ is back. It’s a specialized truck that uses a different type of asphalt to patch potholes. Two will patrol Cleveland: one on the east side and the other on the west side.

In addition, starting this month, crews will be working around the clock patching potholes. Asphalt plants do not normally open until April, but the city is submitting a request for the plants to open early because of the all the potholes this year.

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