Recent winter weather made some Sequim streets worse for wear. Hemlock Street between South Fourth and Fifth Avenues may be one of the worst rated streets in the city and now drivers finding potholes at both ends of the road makes it hard to maneuver. Matt Klontz, Sequim city engineer, said the road was rated about a 25 before the winter on the Pavement Condition Index, a study by consultants rating the pavement from 0-100 on how long it’ll last, but now it’s likely in the teens.
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