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Potholes - long overdue

Reported via iOS in the Potholes category anonymously at 09:16, Tue 28 March 2017

Sent to North East Lincolnshire Council 4 minutes later

Numerous potholes on the exit of Hamish Walk.

These potholes have been present for years and have been marked up by the council before as though they were going to be repaired. I believe that was 3 (or more) years ago though so why they're still there is beyond me. With the amount of council tax Immingham pays compared to the rest of NE Lincs, there is absolutely no excuse for potholes to be left unrepaired for this long or, indeed, any length of time!

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  • The potholes have been inspected and marked up for repair (again). Time will tell whether they actually get repaired this time!

    Posted anonymously at 14:46, Thu 30 March 2017

  • Still open, via questionnaire, 20:02, Tue 2 May 2017

  • A month later and still not fixed. This is typical of anything in Immingham that NELC are responsible for. You get the impression that they just hope you'll give up if they leave the problem long enough

    Posted anonymously at 20:02, Tue 2 May 2017

  • Potholes have finally been filled in (19/07/2017). It's only taken NELC 3+ years to repair these so it's good to know that council tax payers in Immingham have finally propped up Grimsby and Cleethorpes enough to have some money spent on their town 😠

    State changed to: Fixed

    Posted anonymously at 16:32, Thu 20 July 2017

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