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If it's on an edge, I'd remove it and pour some new. When repairing concrete you usually use additives to get it to stick better. It's kind of hard to describe without seeing how big a piece it is, etc. Around here they'd make you fix it before you can sell the house, believe it or not, even the side walk. If you can post a picture I'm pretty sure I could tell you how to do it.
thanks clay. yes, I imagine they are more particular in your fine state. here it's buyer beware...though it's the only flaw I've had a gripe about in my new place. unbelieveable they'd want YOU to fix the sidewalk though!? I suppose if you had planted the trees that uprooted the sidewalk maybe...
we're in a winter storm here...freezing rain so it'd be awhile before I venture outside...for pics or to fix it. =) it's a good sized chunk though...like the spread of your hand.