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Crews work to keep on top of potholes

Mild winter means less damage to area roads

Potholes along Albany St. at Henry St. in Schenectady.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Potholes along Albany St. at Henry St. in Schenectady.
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Highway work crews are out in force around the region fixing what Mother Nature damaged this past winter. Filling potholes is a job that highway officials say they try to keep on top of all winter. First, crews put in temporary fixes, then they come back in warmer weather and make more permanent ones. The result, they hope, is a smoother ride for area drivers. The culprit, officials say, is water. When water works its ...


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