I am fed up of driving along and having to dodge the gaping holes which regularly appear on the city's streets.
I am also fed up hearing Glasgow City Council trot out the same response – that it has spent umpteen millions the roads and is just about to tackle whichever pothole has just been flagged up by the Evening Times.
What the council really needs to do is to get the job done properly in the first place.
Jean Mills Knightswood
IT WAS great to see the Memories picture (September 21) of the old Motherwell Baths.
I learned to swim there in the 1950s.
I'm only sorry I don't have a picture of the state of the water in the pool after I and all my grubby pals used to come back from berry picking up the Clyde Valley in the summer holidays. The water turned the colour of Ribena.
V Reed Glasgow
HAVING spent the weekend counting my blessings as I worked in my garden in glorious sunshine, I thought, this is it, the Indian summer has finally arrived.
Come Tuesday, after the storm-force winds, my garden once again looked like a bomb site.
I'm not asking for much, just a few dry days to get my grass cut, before the whole garden is buried under autumn leaves.
Louise Love Glasgow
WHAT a surprise it was on Sunday to come across the Tweed Ride cyclists on Glasgow Green.
Dressed up to nines, all smiling and laughing, they made a magnificent sight. There were riders of all ages, even dogs in cycle baskets, and all out just to have good fun.
We were taking guests from South Africa to visit the People's Palace, but meeting the riders was the highlight of the day. Well done to you all,
Mrs McLaren Via e-mail