New York to spend more than $100 million to repair Long Island roads beginning in September

AAA says they received a record number of

AAA says they received a record number of pothole complaints from January through March (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

New York will be spending more than $100 million on repairing Long Island's roads, but many drivers are frustrated because the repairs aren't supposed to begin until September.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has approved the plan to start the resurfacing projects in September, earlier than the initial start date of 2015. Long Island drivers say they want the plans to start sooner due to the risk of early...

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