From snow days at school to salt shortages throughout the state, towns have had to deal with the inclement weather on a daily basis, Washington Township included.
With the heavy snow and ice accumulations over the past couple of months, roads may have suffered the most, as small cracks in the pavement a few weeks ago have become tire-busting craters nearly impossible to avoid.
Each town has its share of notoriously bad potholes drivers try to avoid for fear of a blowout, or even worse.
Long Valley Patch put this question out to readers on its Facebook page last week, and a general consensus from nearly two dozen comments had four road sections up for worst in town:
- Bartley Road (between Naughright and West Morris Central)
- Schooley's Mountain Road (entire length)
- Parker Road (between Old Farmers Road and Chester Township border)
- West Mill Road (between Neighbour House and Long Valley Middle School)