The in basket: I noticed that what I thought was pervious pavement, which lets rainwater drain through it, was wearing noticeably on Madrona Drive in Parkwood in South Kitsap near the intersection with Lund Avenue up to SK Rotary Park. There was a lot of it used around Parkwood last year and I asked Kitsap County officials if they see a reason for the problem there.
The out basket: Jacques Dean, county road superintendent, replied, “We are aware of this problem. We applied a rubberized chip seal to this roadway, not pervious pavement. Heavy traffic volume and 90-degree turning movements appear to be the cause of the damage. We will continue to monitor the location.”