More than 90 potholes reported to Haringey Borough Council in one month

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More than 90 potholes were reported to Haringey Borough Council environment team in just one month.

Councillor John Bevan, the cabinet member for the environment, said that 95 potholes had been reported to the authority from February 26 to March 24.

He gave the figure during a full council meeting in response to a question from Cllr Jim Jenks, who asked: “How many pot holes have been reported since the February full council meeting?”

Cllr Bevan responded that 95 potholes had been reported and asked everyone in chamber and public gallery to download the Our Haringey mobile application and report potholes across the borough.

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