Thursday, November 02, 2017

Welcome To Kansas City Pothole Season!!!

Informative report on local streets in ruins and costs still confronting taxpayers . . . Read more:

Pothole problems: Who foots the bill?

Kansas City spends more than $600,000 on asphalt to patch roads in the city. If it's a new pothole and you are the first victim, you are out of luck. If it's an old pothole, the city may cover it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

An idylic libertarian society would be free of any chuckholes.