Bucklin Hill ‘potholes’ are prep work for projectMarch 26th, 2013 by travis baker
The in basket: Chuck Gurrad says “Recently a road crew installed 24 manufactured pot holes on Bucklin Hill Road between the Tracyton Boulevard-Myhre Road intersection eastward up the hill. They were scattered on all of the three lanes.
“What they were looking for under the asphalt?” he asked. “Do they intend to fill them in properly, and when?
“This was a road in fair condition except for the manhole at the edge of the west bound lane which needs to be brought up to grade,” Charles said.
The out basket: Doug Bear of Kitsap County Public Works says, “The potholes your reader referred to were small holes used to help locate utilities for an upcoming stormwater and pedestrian improvement project.
“The holes were patched using cold patch. We’ll send a crew out to take a look and see if some of the patches have come up. The road will be repaved once the project is completed later this summer” Doug said. He sent along a fact sheet, describing the work: