BATTLE OF THE POT HOLES: Six Nations roads versus the potholes

Ken Hess manually fills potholes all over Six Nations. Road crews have been kept particularly busy this year.

By Lisa Iesse Writer Pothole season came early. With warming temperatures the annual dodge, the pothole season hit early at Six Nations. Since January, drivers have been dodging potholes that are keeping the Six Nations Public Works team in a “constant battle” to fill the gaps. The potholes come in all shapes and sizes. Sections of road filled with large potholes, resembling the cratered landscape of the moon, have also been spotted on community roads. Ken Hess, a truck driver with Six Nations Public Works, was on a mission repairing some of the potholes near 7th Line and Cayuga Road in the last days of January. Hess said he lost count of how many holes the Public Works department has filled so far but said it numbers in the thousands….

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