When you are driving down Hackett Blvd. toward S. Manning, there is a very large pothole in the right turn lane (for making the turn from Hackett onto S. Manning). To make matters worse, the pothole is right up against a sewer grate, such that the edge of the sewer grate is left exposed. This has created a dangerous situation in which drivers will swerve into the straight/left turn lane to avoid destroying their tires on the pothole & exposed edge of the sewer grate. I have seen people go so far as to make their right turn from the straight/left turn lane because they are trying to stay away from this problem area in the right lane. Please fix this problem before somebody blows their tires and/or there is an accident as people try to avoid this pothole.