Crews work on potholes, seek public’s help




With temperatures bouncing above and below zero, potholes are opening up along local streets.

Greenwood street department workers have been out looking for holes to repair and patch. An area they are focusing on is around downtown, including along Main and Meridian streets and Madison Avenue.

Road workers are scouring the city after the snowstorm this month and the recent stretch of sunny days and cold nights, which are causing more potholes, deputy mayor Terry McLaughlin said.

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