Money for Streets?

When I walk around my house in the Morro Bay Heights neighborhood, there is rough cracked pavement on the streets where I live. The filling of the potholes is not enough for the neighborhood streets in the area. The only streets that were paved are Kings Avenue north and Ridgeway Street east and west, about five years ago. Where I used to live in Visalia, California, West Meadow Lane, just east of California state route 63, Mooney Boulevard east of the College of the Sequoias, was paved in 1986, about 36 years ago.  In closing, does the city of Morro Bay have enough money to repave these streets south of Ridgeway Street?

Scott C. Presnal
Morro Bay,

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