Tuesday, January 5, 2010 - By Nicole D'Andrea - No comments
Chicago-based CBS2 News tracked down a common SeeClickFix story: Pothole riddled street -vs.- Local resident.
The local resident in this case, who resides in Evanston, IL, used SeeClickFix to report her issue.
In this CBS2 News story, Eric Palmer, Evanston Communications Coordinator, responded that SeeClickFix could very well become a vital tool to help residents report issues while also offering another way for govenment to repsond to the issues. SeeClickFix, he says, is part of their bigger GOV 2.0 picture.
"This is one of the fastest-growing forms of communication that people are using nowadays," said Palmer.
The city of Evanston says they welcome new forms of communication because they know it helps them to do their jobs to the best of their abilities.
Say no more.
Check out the video here: http://cbschicago.com
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