EUGENE, Ore. — The city of Eugene is working to temporarily fill some of the potholes caused by this winter’s cold weather.
New potholes spring up every year, but recent snowstorms have created even more around the city. Money to fix the roads comes from maintenance funds and a capital program.
Crews say while they’re out fixing some problem areas, they can’t permanently fill the holes this time of year.
“We treat the worst of them, but we really wait until spring and summer when it’s much better conditions,” said Eric Jones, Eugene Public Works spokesperson. “Sometimes we fix an entire street if that’s what it really needs.”
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