JAMESTOWN, N.Y (WKBW) - Andrew Liuzzo wants the annual pothole issue in Jamestown to be a problem no more.
He's the newest city council member, officially taking his position last month. But he's already making noise - calling for more money in the city's infrastructure to go strictly toward permanent fixes in the roads.
"Our streets have been neglected," Liuzzo said. "It's preparation that does not go into the infrastructure; that's why these roads fail."