Lorain, OH is launching the SeeClickFix 311 citizen response system to solve local problems
Lorain, OH SeeClickFix citizen response system
The city of Lorain is launching the SeeClickFix program that will allow residents to report problems like potholes, a neighboring home that's fallen into severe disrepair or a business that stores junked automobiles on its property. The Lorain City Council approved spending $35,000 on the 311 citizen response system which can be access via a downloaded mobile app and web portal. Any information submitted into the system will be sent to the city it is logged and assigned to a city worker,
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Ohio City Invests $35K in Tech to Solve Potholes, High Grass
Lorain, Ohio, will roll out software it hopes will help it and residents fight the never-ending war against problems like potholes, long grass and the neighbor who wants to store a rusting old vehicle in their backyard.
Lorain to invest $35K in software to help solve pothole, high grass problem
Lorain will roll out a software program in the coming weeks that it hopes will help it and residents fight the never-ending war against problems like potholes, long grass and the neighbor who wants…
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