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Letters to the Editor

Few improvements to city roads

Re: Cast your vote for Manitoba's worst roads, March 26.

While everyone waits to see which road will be named the worst this year, is there anyone looking into a way to fix these crumbling roads?

 City crews apply

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City crews apply "cold mix" from the Transporter into a pothole on Empress Street. Photo Store

Judging by past winners and this year's nominees, there have been little to no improvements. St. James Street was the winner in 2012, the runner-up in 2013, and again this year is a promising candidate for the title.

It's quite a disappointment, and should be an embarrassment for the city of Winnipeg.

PATSY NICHOLS

Balmoral

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 29, 2014 A16

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