A ‘sensible’ view about potholes repairs needed
Residents want a “sensible” and “holistic” attitude from Cheshire East Council when repairing potholes as the highways team’s current approach is “arbitrary”, it has been claimed.
Speaking at last Tuesday’s meeting of Alsager Town Council Julia Hawkins, of Linley Grove, raised concerns about the volume of potholes in Alsager and how they are being repaired.
She told the committee that a resident had reported several potholes on Fields Road and when assessed by Cheshire East one pothole was measured three times before a white line was put round it, to highlight that it needed filling.
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