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Pesky urban potholes merit prompt attention

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One of the harshest winters in recent memory produced a bumper crop of potholes this spring, and municipal road repair crews have been working to fill them as fast as the plants that produce the hot-patch material can crank it out. For cities like Schenectady, that hasn’t been fast enough: Too many major streets still resemble lunar landscapes. Municipalities are liable for damages to a motorist’s car caused by a pothole that has been reported ...

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