I was driving home from work one day last summer and saw workers were FINALLY filling the potholes on Haslett Road. I was so happy, I pulled over and thanked them. But the next day when I drove down Haslett again, the road was still terrible: the asphalt filler, known as “hot patches,” created bumps where the holes used to be. And a few months later, the potholes were back, and worse than ever.
I’m running for Ingham County Commissioner because hot patches aren’t good enough. We need long-term, permanent fixes for our roads, and the same goes for our environment, healthcare, and schools. Read More