How To Plug A Pothole: Realtor in Indianapolis Sick of His City’s Pothole Problem Decided to ‘Fix’ the Problem Himself [VIDEO]

A local realtor fed up with the city’s potholes decided to take matters into his own hands.

As the City-County Council readied for a vote on whether or not to approve $8 million in emergency funding to repave and repair the city’s crumbling streets, Kurt Flock launched a campaign to get the potholes on his street fixed.

Like the rest of us, Flock is fed up – especially with the large potholes he’s seen on Mass. Ave.

“I’ve been very frustrated,” he said.

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“Worst case, you throw out your suspension, get a flat or lose a hubcap. It’s happening all over the city,” he said.

Flock has gone online to report the worst ones with mixed luck.

“The potholes in front of my house are filled with something that doesn’t want to stay there,” he said.

The realtor decided to take things into his own hands.

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