Norwalk Public Works patches potholes

Public works officials say they had nine trucks out, each carrying 5 tons of asphalt. (1/9/14)

NORWALK - Road crews have been patching potholes throughout southwestern Connecticut.

In Norwalk, workers used hot asphalt to repair the road off Connecticut Avenue.

Public works officials say they had nine trucks out, each carrying 5 tons of asphalt.

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Chris Torre, of Norwalk Public Works, says they are receiving more calls than usual this week due to the weather.

To report a pothole, residents can call the public works customer service line during normal business hours at (203) 854-3200, or police after hours and they'll contact a standby crew. 

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