From today's GlobeGazette,
City Administrator Brent Trout said, "We hope the new program will increase efficiency in responding to service requests while improving the city's infrastructure and quality of life. And, more importantly, SeeClickFix will help us empower the citizens and encourage them to actively engage with each other, their neighborhoods, and us."
Pat Otto (the interim Building and Neighborhood Services director) said the new system allows residents not only to report community issues, but also view, comment on and vote to fix problems submitted by their neighbors."Citizens can even create their own 'watch areas' to receive notifications about all issues reported," she said.
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