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Micro-patching potholes in Prince George

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On the list of gripes for citizens of Prince George, potholes are definitely near the top. The giant divets cause headaches on main routes and residential side roads alike. But a new micro-patching process seems to fix low-traffic roads for a longer period of time than traditional asphalt. Terry Arndt is a foreman with the streets division of the City of Prince George.

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