Supersize it, hold the potholes

Morning commuters on July 20 enjoy the newly smoothed and improved pavement of a roadway that has been infamous for its potholes for decades. Hawaiian Rock Products conducted work in May and June for the resurfacing of Route 27, or Hamburger Road, in Harmon — the first major repair project for the street since it was built in the 1960s. The contract for the work was signed on May 11, allotting $441,642 for the project. The resurfacing is the first phase of repairs to . . .

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