Potholes dominate driving in Michigan right now. They can be small and they can be big, but, regardless, these products of the freeze and thaw cycle in this state can be costly in fixing damaged cars.
Our city's streets can be a real gauntlet where one pothole hit the wrong way by your car can damage wheels and can throw front-end alignment out of whack and costing hundreds of dollars.
Today's meeting of Lansing City Council-member A'Lynne Robinson with her third ward, southside constituents was dominated by discussion of the conditions of city streets. Main topic was the issue of how to fix potholes and how to make longer range fixes.
I invite you to visit my report on that topic in my "The Lansing Blog" where I outline the main issues with video from the meeting.