From the Queens Tribune:
The City Parks Department said acknowledged it has received complaints about the shoddy condition of roads in Flushing Meadow Park, plans for repairs are underway.
Park spokeswoman Trish Bertuccio said repairs to strips of roads near West Lake were completed on June 30 and on Shea Road near Citi Field were also completed. She said the roads around the lake will also be completed within a few weeks.
"We've done major repairs already," she said. "The goal is to take care as many of the potholes by the end of the summer."
For residents like Vincent Do, the repairs are long overdue.
Do posted pictures of the potholes surrounding the park on his Web site where he cites the holes as a source of problems for motorists and bicyclists in the area.
The pictures show the potholes full of water, and are a safety threat to residents, Do said.
"These are horrible holes, and can do major damage to cars," he said. "Hundreds if not thousands of cars use this road every day."
Do wrote on a community blog that he has even considered filling the potholes himself, but is unable to do so without the proper equipment.
FYI: "Community blog" = Queens Crap.