A big win for Green Valley viewers in this week's Pothole Patrol.
Viewer Kim sent several pictures of gaping holes off Circulo De Las Lomas a while ago. She reported the whole street was tough for travel saying in her email, "[The potholes are] very dangerous, as we have many walkers and bikes, but bikes do not ride here, too many people got hurt. Watch out! You could twist your ankle. This is not a road. Please help."
Pothole Patrol requested Circulo De Las Lomas be put into a queue for repair by Pima County's Department of Transportation. Last week, Kim sent new pictures of the significant repairs made on the street.
She also reported that when she drove into the subdivision and saw the Pima County DOT trucks, she thought a miracle had happened. She ended her email stating, "It would be awesome if all things could be resolved like this."
Dorothy Sayre and Dee Echlin emailed a thank you note to Pothole Patrol for our effort in notifying the City of Tucson's Department of Transportation to fix some potholes on Ridgeside in Silverado Hills. They said they were fixed just a few days after our request.
Viewer Guy Smith's submission of an eastside pothole on Calle Eunice and Avenida Jeanene has been repaired by the City of Tucson.
Pothole Patrol has some new submissions including Patrick's pothole picture on LaCholla south of Curtis in Flowing Wells.
Martin sent a shot of a pothole, taken at Canada & Liberty St.
If you have any submissions, send an email with a picture and location to email@example.com .