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Bethesda pothole defies fixing

Who's responsible: Maryland State Highway Administration
Number of votes to fix: 1

The right, northbound lane of Old Georgetown Rd. at Wilson Rd. in Bethesda has what griper Ryan called a "nasty, chronic" pothole.

"The entire road from downtown to Battery Lane really needs to be resurfaced -- I know the county is doing past Huntington, but I'm not sure if it's going to reach all the way downtown," Ryan wrote.

The good news, Ryan, is that county officials are also well aware of the pothole. There's even been an effort to fix it.

"Although it has been patched it continues to be a chronic problem," wrote Kenneth Hartman, director of the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center for the county. "I will report the pothole to the Maryland State Highway District Office in Greenbelt for repair."

By Washington Post Editors  |  July 27, 2010; 5:33 PM ET
Categories:  Maryland , Unfixed  
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