CLEVELAND -- Potholes have been causing tempers to flare in drivers for months, but now they've excited members of city council, too.
The city is using several different methods to try and repair roads, including the outside "pothole killer" company.
The city says they use about 90 tons of hot asphalt in a day's work.
City council members spoke out at the meeting this week, questioning whether or not more should be done to fix the roadway troubles.
Ward 2 councilman, Zack Reed said the situation is a "serious problem."
Reed went on to criticize what he called a lack of funding for reimbursements to people for car damage.