Cleveland City Council President announces street resurfacing plan

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CLEVELAND- The president of Cleveland City Council announced a plan Monday to resurface city streets and fix potholes.

President Kevin Kelley held a caucus at noon on Monday to describe his proposal to resurface every road in the city at least once every 20 years.

Kelley's plan includes increasing the amount of money allocated by the City to repair crumbling streets, from $4.4 million, split among 17 council wards, to $10 million, where the worst streets will be the top priority regardless of where they are in the City.

Earlier this month, the city brought back the specialized truck known as the “Pothole Killer,” which uses a different kind of asphalt for patching.

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