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The wrath of Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy: Hitting close to home

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Oct 31, 2012

The wrath of Hurricane/Superstorm Sandy: Hitting close to home

Hurricane Sandy is estimated to have caused $20 billion in damage and has left more than 50 dead and 8 million people across 16 states without power, according to an Oct. 31 report in the Chicago Tribune. The transportation and construction ...

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The feast and famine of road repairs

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Mar 30, 2010

It’s either feast or famine. After several years of minimal maintenance and street resurfacing in the Chicago area because of state funding shortfalls, dozens of projects were carried out last year because of stimulus funding. And about 45 miles of road ...

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How do you fill your potholes? Let us count the unconventional ways

Tina Grady Barbaccia - Mar 30, 2010

It's pothole patching season. But some people in North America aren't waiting for the road crews to take care of these road cavities, as I like to refer to them, so they are being filled in unconventional ways. A March 29, ...

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Kirk Landers: Dreams and delusions

Brooke Wisdom - Mar 01, 2009

Kirk Landers: Dreams and delusions

Dreams and delusions By Kirk Landers             In late January, the Chicago Tribune ran an editorial bewailing the epidemic of potholes in Chicago area streets.             This is part of a familiar cycle in these parts. We have hot summers, cold winters, and ...

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