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This pothole-filled road in Pittsfield hasn't had any repair work in more than 20 years, but that's about to change

Tamarack Road has long been a pocked nuisance for motorists. This week, crews begin work to resurface and grade it

A view from the ground of the road surface

A ground level view of a section of Tamarack Road in Pittsfield, which is a challenge for motorists who must navigate potholes and other road surface hazards. Work to resurface and grade the road begins this week.

PITTSFIELD — Potholes cluster at the sides of the Tamarack Road, pushing traffic closer and closer together in the remaining center section of smooth roadway.



Meg Britton-Mehlisch can be reached at mbritton@berkshireeagle.com or


Pittsfield Reporter

Meg Britton-Mehlisch is the Pittsfield reporter for The Berkshire Eagle. Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, she previously worked at the Prior Lake American and its sister publications under the Southwest News Media umbrella in Savage, Minnesota.

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