By David Siddorns - 2nd August 2012 9:11am
This is just to make you aware that the pothole repair technicians have been seen in the Kinsey Heath area and that potholes appear to be diminishing at a respectable rate.
The Cheshire East latest statement on the issue on 30th July says:- "List of programmed work for Velocity Jet Patcher in Audlem — Bagley Lane, Swanbach Mill Lane, Wood Orchard Lane, Paddock Lane, Kettle Lane, Hall Lane, Hankins Heys Lane, Hardys Lane, Chapel Lane, Buerton Farm Road, Long Lane, Windmill Lane.
"Velocity had started on Hankins Heys lane last Friday 27 July 2012 and dependent on weather condition will carry on with the above location."
Well done Cheshire East Council! Just let's hope for some dry days to see the work completed.
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