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Duke Behnke's Q&A: What is the yellowish material that was used to patch holes on Appleton streets?

8:19 PM, Mar. 9, 2013
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Q: What is the yellowish material that was used to patch holes on Glendale Avenue between Oneida Street and Richmond Street in Appleton? I have not seen it used anywhere else.

A: The patches on that stretch of Glendale - and on other concrete streets in Appleton - are epoxy. The city uses the material to fix deteriorated joints between concrete panels.

Previously, Appleton crews patched the joints and small holes with asphalt. ...

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