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Capital Region roads develop extra large number of potholes

A car passes in front of a pothole at Eastern Avenue and Landon Terrace in Schenectady Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
A car passes in front of a pothole at Eastern Avenue and Landon Terrace in Schenectady Thursday.
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Elizabeth Kunath has suffered during late winter. The server at Mike’s Hot Dogs in Schenectady winces whenever her Honda Accord drops into a pothole. “It’s like I can feel the pain for my car,” Kunath said Thursday during her shift at the Erie Boulevard restaurant. “I feel my car’s pain and my wallet’s pain.” Potholes have meant unhappy motoring for many people in the Capital Region. A harsh winter with bitter cold temperatures interspersed with ...


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