City crews were out Friday evening repairing potholes on Fourth Avenue North. (Monica Lamb-Yorski photo - Williams Lake Tribune)

Pothole repair continues in Williams Lake

Crews have been trying to get to areas when weather permits

Williams Lake city crews continue to tackle potholes on city roads.

Earlier last month, the city’s manager of municipal services Gary Muraca said to tackle the potholes, road crews start the day at 6 a.m. to make asphalt in the City’s recycler out of material salvaged most recently from the Lexington four-laning Highway 97 project.

By 8 a.m. crews will have four tonnes of asphalt to do potholes and skim patches.

Four tonnes last a crew of four the day.

Read more:EDITORIAL: Pothole season is upon us



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