Since the city seems to have difficulty obeying its own ordinances maybe this suggestion would help with our roads.
Should there be a city ordinance that says:
All new roads must be uneven surfaces that have at least a two inch bump or depression every ten linear feet.
Utility man holes must not be level with the street. They must be at least three inches higher or lower than the street surface.
Utility companies must excavate part of every new road within six months of the original paving.
When patching the trenches that the utility companies make they must replace the asphalt with asphalt of a different texture than that used on the original road thus creating a rumble effect on vehicles using the road.
All patches must be depressed at least two inches below the original surface. When this is not practical the patch must end up at least two inches higher than the existing road surface.
We deserve better