Tuesday, November 3, 2009 - By Ben Berkowitz - 1 comment
Inspired by idlefreephilly.org Katherine Lapadat-Jansen of the City of Prince George BC Canada set up a watch area and a widget for the Prince George Air Improvement Roundtable at http://www.pgairquality.com/idle_free_mapping.html
Katherine had originally emailed us and said, "One of the objectives of our idle free program is to locate “idling hotspots” and then install Idle Free signage in those areas. I think this application would be an amazing way to get the community involved in locating hotspots."
We are really excited that the City of Prince George is using the free SeeClickFix widget and watch area and hope that they start to encourage reporting of other non-emergency issues as well.
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