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Potholes to remain a little longer in Schenectady

Long, cold winter has crews backed up

Potholes, some filled, some not, cover Columbia Street in Schenectady on Thursday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Potholes, some filled, some not, cover Columbia Street in Schenectady on Thursday.
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The plague of potholes in Schenectady will continue into June, city officials said. Although they have crews on overtime, starting at 6 a.m. on weekdays and working Saturdays, there’s probably “a couple of weeks” left to fill the potholes caused by the bitter winter, Commissioner of General Services Carl Olsen said. Then crews will go back to areas that are “more patch than road” and mill out the entire surface, replacing it with fresh asphalt. ...

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