Hot on the heels of an Upland Street hydrant replacement in February came a pavement repair using, presumably, cold patch. Not enough was used, so it left a deep enough depression to shake loose your hearing aids if you drove over it.
A couple of weeks ago I was encouraged to see there’d been more work — the cold patch was removed. This past weekend I noticed that pavement had been reapplied . . . but once again it has been filled lower than the level of the street, so we’re no better off.
Here’s hoping the DPW’s not quite done here yet.
Dueling hydrants in Leicester:
Fitchburg is jealous of Worcester’s many signage bloopers, so they’ve made one of their own:
Via the Holy Cross website:
You are cordially invited to see and take a tour of
Worcester’s new mobile library!
(Plus, Worcester 6th-grade winners of the naming contest will be announced and awarded prizes!)
Tuesday, May 1
College of the Holy Cross
(located behind O’Kane Hall)
Reception immediately following the program, hosted by the Worcester Public Library Foundation
*Please enter Gate 7 and park in the Hogan Center lot. Follow signs down campus to Memorial Plaza