NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) - It seems no where in Norfolk is exempt from potholes. 10 On YourSide's Melanie Woodrow found potholes from ODU's campus all the wayto the Navy base on Hampton Boulevard Friday morning.
"If you got on nice rims and nice tires it'll sure damage them,"said Raheem Bynum. "Cost you a whole lot of money," hecontinued.
Cab Driver Greg Larson told Woodrow, "It's cost me money as amatter of fact. I've had to replace that front tire. Once they letit slide and once they charged me for it," said Larson.
Larson work at the Norfolk Naval Base. He said the city told himthey were going to get to the potholes within 48 hours, but he saidsome have been there 2 to 3 weeks.
When 10 On Your Side confronted the city about the potholes, aspokesperson with Public Works told us the city is aware of bothareas, but could not give a specific date for when they would berepaired.
Norfolk Management Services Administrator Pamela Marino told 10On Your Side, "The city is trying to fill potholes within a week ofbecoming aware of them."
Until then, drivers beware.
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