Say it with asphalt; Mayor Schaefer's pothole valentines
Audrey Eastman, above, stamps a red heart over a newly filled pothole in front of her home in the 2800 block of Guilford Ave. Mrs. Eastman was the first person to participate in the city’s new program to turn filling a pothole into an act of love. The $10 road repair was a valentine to Mrs. Eastman’s husband, Donald. (Ellis J. Malashuk, Baltimore Sun photo, 1983)
Well, they can’t all be winners.
Mayor Schaefer’s pothole-valentine program may not rank among his top 10,000 best ideas for improving civic life.