Traverse City Record-Eagle
— TRAVERSE CITY — Winter 2012-13 laid bare Traverse City's street problems and some city officials want to consider jump-starting a 20-year road repair program with a bond program of up to $20 million.
Potholes popped up like dandelions this spring and city commissioners said residents continue to complain loudly about the city's roads. Six candidates who recently interviewed for the city manager's position mentioned road woes, which prodded some commissioners to consider borrowing money to accelerate street projects.
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