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DIY pothole patches costly to fix, warns council

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A phantom pothole patcher has left the Palmerston North City Council peeved and ratepayers apparently out of pocket. The mayor, Grant Smith says the road was already scheduled for a fix and now patching the patch-up is going to cost even more. Smith is asking people to report potholes to the council and said there will be action.
Published 4 months ago · Palmerston North, New Zealand

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DIY pothole patches costly to fix, warns council

A DIY pothole cement fill on a road in Palmerston North. Photo: Palmerston North City Council A phantom pothole patcher has left the Palmerston North City Council peeved and ratepayers apparently out of pocket.

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DIY pothole patches costly to fix, warns Palmerston North mayor

A phantom pothole patcher has left the Palmerston North City Council peeved and ratepayers apparently out of pocket. Earlier this week someone concreted in potholes around the city. But the Mayor, Grant Smith says the road was already scheduled for a fix and now patching the patch-up is going to cost even more. "I can totally understand the frustration," he told Checkpoint. "But please don't be the vigilante pothole filler-inner.

4 months ago·New Zealand
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