James Hess with Lexington Division of Streets and Roads shoveled cold patch into a pothole Wednesday along West Maxwell Street. Hess and and Omer Cowherd, right, repaired potholes along West Maxwell.  Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
James Hess with Lexington Division of Streets and Roads shoveled cold patch into a pothole Wednesday along West Maxwell Street. Hess and and Omer Cowherd, right, repaired potholes along West Maxwell. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
James Hess with Lexington Division of Streets and Roads shoveled cold patch into a pothole Wednesday along West Maxwell Street. Hess and and Omer Cowherd, right, repaired potholes along West Maxwell. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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