Providence working to repair potholes

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Providence is taking action to fix the potholes that are plaguing city streets and roughing up tires and rims.

Work crews are repairing potholes based on daily road surveys and with reports they are getting from drivers.

Monday morning the city had five crews out fixing potholes, they'll be filled in potholes on main roads first, then secondary roads.

Drivers may file claims to the City of Providence for alleged injuries or damages as a result of potholes.

Claims forms are available at: http://www.providenceri.com/city-clerk/claims.

Claims must be submitted to the Department of City Clerk, together with copies of two estimates, and any documents pertaining to the claim, including medical bills.

Claims must be submitted within seven days from that of the incident. Completed claim forms should be sent to:

Office of the City Clerk

Providence City Hall

25 Dorrance Street

Providence, RI 02903

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