PennDOT plans to do pothole patching as needed, and is scheduled to work this week in several local communities.
Patching is also scheduled on Lovi Road in New Sewickley and Economy from Golden Grove Road to Freedom Crider Road.
In Ambridge, borough officials recently announced that two or three pothole-ridden streets will be targeted as part of the borough's 2014 road paving project.
Top-priority locations are Locust Street, also known as Parkway, which will be paved to the end of the street, and Duss Avenue between Sixth and Eighth streets.
Other priorities, depending on available funds, is Fifth Street from Park Road to Maplewood Avenue and a broken storm drain at the corner of Fifth.
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