Nothing says winter in New England like a road full of potholes.
“We get potholes from the freeze/thaw,” Department of Public Works director Bob Grover said. “Water freezes, expands, and thaws, which causes potholes. Most likely, you see them near metal castings in the street where there is a lip around them.”
“The plants are open, and our crews are out and about,” Grover said. “This is not unique to Stoneham, this is a classic New England problem.”
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