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City crews on pothole patrol after last week's heavy rains

Pothole patching continuing across the city
Posted at 12:38 PM, Dec 23, 2019

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Last week's rain has led to all kinds of craters on our city streets.

City Manager Peter Zanoni called crews in yesterday to get a head-start in patching all the potholes.

We caught up with a crew working on Leopard Street this morning.

They will work through the holiday week because it will take several days to get the job done.

And if ou know of some potholes you'd like to report to the city... you can do so by calling eight-two-six-city starting at seven o clock this morning.