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Officials highlight progress on Cleveland’s pothole program, other city services

Published: May. 24, 2022 at 12:12 PM EDT
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - Cleveland officials held a briefing regarding plans for various services, including the residential pothole repair program, the illegal dumping task force, and other city projects.

Remarks from Cleveland Mayor Justin Bibb, chief operating officer Bonnie Teeuwen, and public works director Frank Williams were delivered on Tuesday afternoon from a neighborhood on the city’s East side.

City officials said approximately 360 tons of waste have been collected from more than 430 illegal dumping sites during efforts to reduce littering.

The city’s park maintenance programs and other basic services were also highlighted.\

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