San Diego needs more broken ankles caused by sidewalk upheavals, more expensive tire realignments and axle repairs resulting from potholes, and more sewer backups into residences.
Then San Diegans may wake up to their woeful infrastructure problem. “People want their streets fixed but aren’t that interested in anybody else’s streets,” says Norma Damashek, civic activist. “If our sewers don’t back up into our own house, we assume everything is okay.”
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