Frank Petrignani, communications director of Brookhaven Town's highway department, told Patch that the department currently has deployed crews throughout the area to repair them.
"Thanks to above average temperatures, asphalt plants are open to supply hot mix material for these repairs," Petrignani said in an email. "The Department will continue its use of hot mix asphalt until the plants once again close. In the absence of hot mix, cold patch material will be used to continue addressing pothole repair."
Brookhaven residents, such as those in East Patchogue, North Patchogue and Medford, can report potholes to the highway department at 631-451-9200.
Residents in Patchogue Village can report potholes to the Department of Public Works by calling 631-475-4300 and following the voice prompts to reach the department. Village trustee Joseph Keyes told Patch last year that the department generally works off of a complaint list.Patch asked residents on its Facebook Page where they have been finding potholes, and here are several of their responses:
Michelle Newman North ocean/roe blvd at the light going north
Christine Williams County road 21 from route 101 to Prosser Pines Preserve. Was on it yesterday and saw so many!
Kathleen Dooley Ferrari Avery av..btw robert & oak..vernon av off 112..corner of roccos pizza
Amanda Klvana Roe Blvd east at Medford ave right turning lane.
Adam Kahn Sunrise Service Road south at 101, going EB.
Gail Levbarg-Stoll Roe Blvd heading east, just before Jennings ave
Tim Farrell Park St between Highland and North Prospect is horrible.
Kathleen Viger Rubinstein Up and down Buffalo Avenue in Medford.
Rhona Sham Meier North ocean ave south of sunrise is full of them actually most streets in Patchogue village are full of potholes
Anthony DeJosia 112 heading north across from canz in right lane
Barry Burrell South ocean south of the tracks / near school
Monica Rose Gleberman contributed to this report.
Originally published at 5:37 p.m. and updated at 8:30 p.m.