SOUND OFF: Which Marlborough Street Is Most In Need of Repair?

Potholes, flooding, faded lines—which Marlborough streets give you the most trouble as you're navigating town?

Do potholes pound your car each time you drive a particular route? Perhaps damage from frost heaves, flooding or nearby construction are a constant issue on a particular stretch of roadway? 

Maybe you just can't tell the difference between lanes on particular streets or the crosswalks aren't clear enough.

In our continuing effort to cover quality of life issues in town, we want to know which Danvers streets are most in need of a makeover.

In your opinion, which Marlborough street (or streets) is most in need of repair?

Weigh in your thoughts in the comments. 

Lou Papile August 03, 2012 at 12:45 PM
All of the roads in Marlborough are a mess
Me August 03, 2012 at 03:28 PM
Hudson Street & Lower Elm toward the Fish & Game.
Sheryl Aaron-Coffin August 03, 2012 at 07:06 PM
West Hill Rd is an accident waiting to happen!
markvital1 August 04, 2012 at 02:46 PM
As a long distance runner, I can honestly say that most roads are in an acceptable condition. What remains a bigger problem for runners and drivers alike is the "line of vision" along Marlboro roadways. At least once a week, I must jump out of the way of oncoming traffic because bushes (or trees) have grown out near the road, and drivers can no longer see around curves or tight corners. Hudson has done a good job of sending out heavy equipment to cut plant growth near the roads, when will Marlboro follow suit? Hopefully this task becomes a priority for Marlborough before someone gets hurt.
Chuck Cole August 04, 2012 at 11:39 PM
I feel that Maple Street from John Street to the Southborough town line needs work. I also feel that East Dudley Street need work.
Maureen Carey August 06, 2012 at 05:07 PM
Agree with Mark, line of vision is a bigger concern. A few bumps in the road we can live with, someone getting seriously injured or killed is what we need to be concerned with.


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