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Durham asks state for money to fix potholes

Durham leaders on Monday night agreed to ask the state for a bond referendum to borrow money to fix roads plagued by potholes.

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DURHAM, N.C. — Durham leaders on Monday night agreed to ask the state for a bond referendum to borrow money to fix roads plagued by potholes.

The referendum would raise about $20 million for 325 miles of Durham's worst roads.

If the state grants it, the issue would go before voters in November.

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