Letter: An unwelcome hole-in-one in Barnhartvale

Editor:

I returned home recently and, as I turned right to go up my street, I dodged a deep hole in the pavement.

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About 100 feet up the street, they had filled a couple of other holes.

How did they miss the hole at the intersection if they came up the street from Todd Road onto Highridge Drive.

When they made the turn by the school, they had to drive right over the hole right at the intersection.

They came out and filled six of seven holes, on the hill, just east of Barnhartvale Hall. 

Why not fill all the holes?

It must be the will of city council.

Don Porter

Kamloops

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