Mayor Eric Garcetti Monday kicked off operation “Neighborhood Blitz” to repair potholes on Los Angeles streets.
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Commuters should have a smoother ride to work Monday thanks to “Operation Pothole”, a city initiative that had crews filling tens of thousands of potholes this weekend. Residents say it’s about time.
For the first time in two years, federal agents took down a local medical pot dispensary — a move that could point to strategy shift by the White House.
City pothole repair crews will be hitting the streets of the San Fernando Valley Sunday, wrapping up a weekend blitz aimed at repairing as many as 15,000 pocks in the storm-ravaged pavement.
Dozens of pothole repair crews are fanning out across Los Angeles this weekend to fix streets damaged in recent storms.
If your morning drive to work was bumpy enough to loosen your fillings — and your suspension — city officials say they’re set to tackle the problem.
Find out how to report potholes to the Department of Public Works in Los Angeles County.
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