A patched-up stretch of road on Spinks Road at Glossodia will be fixed in the coming weeks, according to Hawkesbury City Council's Manager Construction and Maintenance, Richard Vaby.
A Glossodia resident, who asked not to be named, told the Gazette they thought the section of road was "so, so dangerous", as it featured "uneven surfaces, a foot-high raised hump, and you need to go 25 to 30 kilometres an hour to get around it".
Mr Vaby said Council was aware that the section of road, near the bend and incline between Kurmond Road and Kentucky Drive, was "in need of repair", and confirmed it was on Council's list of works.
"Over the last few months, Council has been carrying out temporary road works, including filling of potholes," he told the Gazette.
"There is an allocation of funding in the current works program for this site and it is anticipated that the work will be completed by late October/early November, weather permitting."
Residents in the area will be pleased to hear that other works on Council's list include:
- King Road, Wilberforce - Rehabilitate a section between the shops and Putty Road
- Kurmond Road, North Richmond - Rehabilitate a section westerly from the Crooked Lane intersection
- Kurmond Road, Wilberforce - Rehabilitation of pavement between McKinnons and Lock Roads.