KOCO News 5 By Perris Jones
Febuary 22, 2021 OKLAHOMA CITY —Potholes can be a nuisance when you hit the road, and officials say you can expect more of them to pop up this year because of the recent winter storms. Officials with the city of Oklahoma City told KOCO 5 that they have 12 crews that work on potholes year-round. Last year, their crews patched more than 66,000 potholes, and they expect more than that this year because of the weather the area saw over the past few weeks. “This is going to be a crazy few weeks for us,” OKC Streets Superintendent Raymond Melton said. They’re already getting calls about new potholes throughout the city, Melton said. He added that this is something the city expects to happen after every snow or ice event.
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