City streets suffer from snow removal

January 27th, 2012 by Ken

While city crews worked throughout the recent storm to keep city streets open, damage to many of them has been significant.

Some side streets have potholes, the result of freezing and thawing. Several major streets, including College Street in Lacey has lost all of its lane markers which were victims of snow plows.

Lacey staff are aware of the problems. Work crews have started this week laying down temporary painted stripes and will put in permanent lane markers when warmer weather arises.

No cost estimate for street damage is available yet. City staff continue to add up the damage.

Posted in Government, Informational, The Real News

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