Vigilante pothole fix not welcomed in Newfoundland townCBC News
May. 30, 2012
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Ve vill decide who vill fill ze potholes citizen!The mayor of a town on Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula says there was no need for a Harbour Grace resident to have taken matters in his own hands when he filled in a pothole on a local street.
John Warren took a wheelbarrow full of stone to a pothole that he blames for nearly damaging his vehicle, and filled in the hole with rocks.