The city’s Chief Operating Officer Darnell Brown and Director of Public Works Michael Cox held a press conference today at Palda Drive and Wyatt Road to discuss how Cleveland will tackle its pothole issue.

Today was the first day of the season for Pothole Killer in Cleveland. Brown said two Pothole Killer units will work with the city this year. One is already in the city working on the east side and another will come along in a couple weeks to work on the west side.

Brown said the work on the city’s potholes has already started. Six crews wroked over the weekend. Asphalt plants are expected to open around April 1. When they open, Cleveland will be using a hot asphalt mix, creating 60-70 tons a day, to be used for repairs. Between four and six crews are working five days a week, 24 hours a day.

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