Following up on our past potholes

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HOUSTON, TX – This week we’re doing a follow up on some of the potholes we’ve been low lighting around Houston and so far so good, check it out.

Remember the jagged pothole on Richmond? Well, looks like the city listened up because this one’s been patched, and looks much better than that sharp edged concrete, drivers will agree. Unfortunately the pothole down the street at Richmond and Driscoll didn’t get the same treatment, it’s still there, so watch out for this one.

How about the pothole on Westheimer, by River Oaks Boulevard? Sink hole, no longer! Feel free to cruise that right lane again, cause this one’s been patched.

Now over to South Gessner near Birdwood, this pothole was shaking things up a bit.

“We can hear the vibration, as well as feel it in our beds at night.”

No more bumps in the night for this guy, because the city came through and patched it all up.

The same can be said for the pothole on Fondren by Willowbend. It’s all patched up, for now.

How about our most recent pothole, down in Pasadena, on Ammons by 8th Street? This one hasn’t been fixed yet, but it’s only been a few days, we’ll give them some slack.

We’re going to keep blowing the cover off these potholes around town, so check back next week to see what pothole we have in store for you It just might be the one that’s driving you nuts!

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