Because of weather, we ended up doing a mini celebration with Booger. Afterwards, Lucy delivered treat bags to her doggy friends in the neighborhood once it stopped raining.
RALEIGH, N.C. — Dodging potholes in the road can be a frustrating experience, but drivers can fight back by reporting the ruts to the proper authorities.
Raleigh has four pothole repair crews riding around looking for problems, but with 1,000 miles of road to patrol, they need drivers' help, too.
"With 100 employees, there's no way we can see all these streets every day," said Raleigh Streets Superintendent Chris McGee. "So if you see one, please take time out of your schedule to call us and let us know."
Click HERE for the interview with Raleigh pothole victim Suzy Hooker!
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