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      Drivers say roads still in need of repair

      <font size="2">Toledo drivers continue to complain about potholes, even after the cityâ??s pothole blitz that had street repair teams working ten hour shifts.</font>

      Toledo drivers continue to complain about potholes, even after the city??s pothole blitz that had street repair teams working ten hour shifts.

      The outer lanes of Douglas Road near the University of Toledo are closed down for road construction, but the inside lanes remain open and peppered with potholes. Elvhin Encarnacion is a fourth year UT student who grew up in Toledo. He says this is the worst he??s seen Douglas.

      ??Now that it??s one lane both ways, I just can??t help but see the time delay on it,?? Encarnacion said.

      A longer commute is a sacrifice many East Toledo residents are willing to make. Ashley Viveros drove down Leonard and noticed the potholes haven??t been repaired.

      ??It looks like I??m a drunk driver when I??m driving because that??s how many potholes are just randomly around,?? Viveros said.

      City Council is considering a plan to use potential street repair money to open more of Toledo??s pools. Currently, no pools are scheduled to open in North Toledo, where residents rallied this month to open Wilson and Jamie Farr pools.