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Citywide pothole blitz begins

NORTHSIDE, OH (FOX19) - It's that time of year. The birds are chirping, flowers are beginning to bloom and potholes are wreaking havoc for area drivers.
Cincinnati City Council Members P.G Sittenfeld and Amy Murray say it's become such a problem, they have put together a pothole filling blitz.
“The number of potholes in the city directly affects our quality of life. The more we can do to make it easier and safer to get around, the more we'll all love Cincinnati,” Murray said.
The blitz kicks off Wednesday along Chase Avenue from Virginia to Dane avenues. 
The city's goal is to fill 10,000 potholes over the next three week. But crews will need help finding trouble spots.
Residents can report pothole problems by logging onto the city's website at

Or, use the City Hall APP. It's free in the iPhone and Android store. The app uses GPS to find the exact location of the pothole and issues can be submitted with a few clicks.

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