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Potholes popping up on Long Island roads

DPW crews say a freeze-and-thaw cycle causes the

DPW crews say a freeze-and-thaw cycle causes the pothole problems. (January 13, 2014 5:45 PM)

Pothole crews are struggling to patch up the damaging dips and divots that have cropped up on Long Island's roadways. The Town of Babylon is among the municipalities that are rolling out pothole patrol crews. There are 537 miles of road in the town, and some streets like Avenue B in West Babylon have deep craters that need attention. DPW crews say a freeze-and-thaw cycle causes the pothole problems,...

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