ROCHESTER, NY – Construction wrapped up today on the 15-foot-tall memorial statue commemorating a cluster pothole traffic cones right in the f***ing middle of West Henrietta Road. The statue is situated atop the former pothole site, still right in the f***ing middle of West Henrietta Road.
“Those potholes were an institution,” one resident recalled. “I’ve got a lot of memories of last-minute merges into that right lane, and I’m glad to see the county acknowledging our history like this.”
The monument is not without its detractors, however: sources inside the Rochester city hall report that many drivers are complaining that the statue is still right in the f***ing middle of West Henrietta Road.
When asked about the controversy, city officials said that they’re looking into the situation, but that any resolution is unlikely until they wrap up the “Potholes on Parade” branding effort late this June.