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Winter freeze-thaw cycles prompt street destruction

11:35 PM, Mar. 1, 2013
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At least, the 12-inch snow storm last Wednesday covered up the hundreds of potholes otherwise clearly visible on city streets this winter.

But when Kevin Glaeser's streets workers are able to plow Manitowoc's 188 miles down to dry pavement their unwelcome sight returns and prompts complaints to the "Report a Concern" section of the city's website.

Although it's unlikely that too many large potholes have completely escaped the attention of the public infrastructure operations manager and the 16 workers with primary responsibility, at this time of year, to shovel cold patch asphalt into ...

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