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Where Are Potholes in Attleboro?

DPW Director John Clover said the city is experience the normal amount of potholes expected after such severe weather.

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Attleboro Department of Public Works Superintendent John Clover said this week that the city is experiencing the normal amount of potholes for this type of weather.

Clover said DPW crews are out and about fixing potholes that usually spring up throughout the city as a result of snow, ice, sand and plows.

Clover said there are not any particular sections of the city that are worse than others and his department has been receiving calls and responding to residents reporting locations.

Where have you noticed potholes in the city? Tell us in comments.


carol bedrossian January 11, 2014 at 10:34 AM
I don't know if the recent comment was received. I live on the corner of Fuller Avenue and rt 152 in a townhouse complex. There is a lumber yard at the end of Fuller Avenue. As you come into fuller avenue there are two huge potholes. This is an on going problem because of the huge trucks that come and go to the lumber yard. Can DPW insert something better than the asphalt that they use every year to fix these huge potholes?
Gretchen Robinson January 11, 2014 at 06:50 PM
the entrance to the Walgreens on Starkey Avenue has a major hole next to it year round. It's dangerous because patrons have to drive on the 'In' side of the exit to get in. It's been like this for years.
Jessica Villa Pereira February 14, 2014 at 06:41 PM
There is a big pot hole on thacher st right before house number 386 going towards bridge.

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