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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2019 06:31 pm
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I have to say, the general repair job on Beltrones seemed to be one of the best patching jobs I have seen along there, in my 10-11 years of being here. They seemed to do a really good job AND they were even sealing cracks in areas that did not need repair.


Time will tell how effective the repairs are. Many times, it is the subsurface that leads to the potholes. But it seemed very professional with decent detours.


That area on the frontage road around Gary's Dive Shop might have been the worst set of potholes I had ever seen in San Carlos. Yes, even challenging the infamous Hanoi Highway to LDM (which is getting pretty bad, AGAIN). 

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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2019 09:00 pm
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 The road to LDM is in the process of having their potholes refilled again with asphalt by the LDM maintenance folks. They are more than halfway done as of today. 

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Many thanks to LDM.

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 Posted: Mon Jan 28th, 2019 03:39 pm
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what is half way??

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Drove the LDM road on the 27th and spent more time off in the dirt on the sides or other lane than on the road.  Feel the pain for LDM and residences who have to drive that road every day. 

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 Posted: Wed Jan 30th, 2019 03:20 pm
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The problem with the section of the road near Gary's dive shop is that there is no drainage.  When water collects during a rain, it seeps through the asphalt and saturates the underlying soil which then gets soft.  The same problem occurs near the entrance to marina seca in a couple of places and also on the east bound access road in front of the car wash.  The road in those places will continue to break down unless a drain is installed to remove the standing water.

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Drove Ave H / LDM road on Saturday (1/26). Wow is it bad. It's much worse now than when the collection was taken up by GG/Efraim a few years ago to repair it .


Kudos and thanks for those hardworking folks at LDM for undertaking the repairs. It's allot of work this time around for sure.

Last edited on Thu Jan 31st, 2019 03:42 am by odwyerpw

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