Try to miss one pothole and you hit two more

Elizabeth Jeffrey, Morgantown
Please do something about our secondary road (Monongalia County Route 43) — Pleasant Valley Road.
I’ve called the Division of Highways I don’t know how many times to no avail. I’ll tell you right now I will vote on Election Day and we’ll just have to wait and see who stays in office.
There are more than 100 families on this road and potholes everywhere you go. If you try to miss one pothole you hit two more.
Please, please fix our road. School buses travel this road, also.

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