Sadly, over the course of about 10 years nothing has seemed to work but that's not reason that locals shouldn't hope for the best during a pandemic whilst KCMO copes with layoffs and crushing debt.
However, residents holding their breath and waiting for a fix isn't advisable.
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KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- After a difficult winter, potholes once again plague city streets. According to Kansas City's public works department, there were nearly 700 active work orders for potholes on Wednesday morning. But the city plans to change its approach to fixing streets in the next year.