LOS ANGELES (CBS) — If your commute to work was bumpy enough to loosen your fillings — and your suspension — you can likely blame the city’s growing pothole problem.
KNX 1070’s Pete Demetriou reports on a major fill-in effort planned for this weekend in the wake of a series of storms that have pounded roads around the Southland.READ MORE: 'It's Indefensible': VA Spent Millions In Taxpayer Dollars To Perform Experiments On Cats
Up to fifty street services crews will work throughout the weekend long to tackle approximately 10,000 of the worst road ruts, hoping to reduce the growing backlog complaints in the process.READ MORE: 1 Dead After Short Pursuit Ends In Fiery Crash Near The Grove; Suspect In Custody
City Council president Eric Garcetti has been fighting the pothole battle for some time, and says the effort is long overdue.
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