Waterfront District “Invaded” by Street Cleaners

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THUNDER BAY – An army of Thunder Bay’s sidewalk and street sweepers invaded the Waterfront District this morning continuing the task of cleaning up after what seemed like an endless winter.

City Crews have been working hard to get streets cleaned, and getting bike lanes opened up.

While work on the potholes and sinkholes around the city continues, the sheer number of them are causing delays in getting them all fixed.

Simple advise is to stay very attentive while driving, as you never know how deep some of those potholes are. Toward solving the problem of potholes, the City of Thunder Bay has an online form you can submit to report potholes.

EcoSuperior is running their annual Spring Clean Up as well.

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