Winter started less than a month ago, but the area has seen plenty of fluctuating temperatures. And that means the freezing and thawing that leads to potholes.
"Since the snow, rain and severe temperature changes (55 degrees to – 8 degrees) we have had an increase report of potholes, which have had to be addressed," said Brent VanZandt, director of Public Works for the City of Peekskill.
Do you have potholes in your neighborhood? Let local folks know about them here, and notify officials by calling the highway department at 914-734-4130.
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