Rosemount Police Reverse Decision To Cite Driver Who Avoided PotholeA driver given a ticket for failing to remain in a traffic lane due to potholes will not receive a ticket after all, the Rosemount Police announced Wednesday. Police say on May 3, the driver was ticketed and expressed concern to the department about the citation being issued, due to the potholes.
$15M For Pothole Repairs Would Just Be A Band-Aid On The ProblemThick clouds of white steam rose Wednesday from freshly laid, hot asphalt in St. Paul. Workers shovels were a gooey black as they scooped the asphalt from the bed of a dump truck and patted it down into holes along Snelling Avenue.
Lingering Winter Makes Pothole Patching TrickyPatching potholes is an annual rite of spring in Minnesota, but with the latest round of cold weather, the potholes are sticking around a bit longer.
Minn. Cities Not Likely To Pay For Pothole DamageIf your car is damaged by a pothole you can seek reimbursement from the city or state, but don't expect to see any money.
Minneapolis Approves $1 Million For Quick Pothole RepairThe Minneapolis City Council approved Friday to dedicate up to an additional $1 million to quickly fix potholes across the Twin Cities, which has been plagued with potholes after an extraordinarily harsh winter.
Could This Year Be The Worst Ever For Potholes?It's barely February and potholes are already giving us bumpy rides. And after all this snow and cold weather, they seem particularly irritating. That's the way a lot of drivers feel, so WCCO-TV tracked down the root of the pothole problem.

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