A new method of paving roads, called chip sealing, has some South Portland resid
A new method of paving roads, called chip sealing, has some South Portland residents upset because of the problems involved. The method, about one-third cheaper than traditional asphalt overlay, involves the use of small stones that are supposed to stick to a sealant in the road surface, but stones have worked loose and have resulted in angry residents voicing their disapproval with the method to the city council.
"A new method of paving roads, called chip sealing, has some South Portland resid" (1993). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 759.
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