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Thursday, October 28, 2010 - By Kayla Vandervort - 1 comment
In less than 2 weeks, Issue #61451 was resolved in Providence, RI. Stephanie Gerson had reported that there was a leaning stop sign with graffiti on October 16th, while participating in her SeeClickFix Storm.
Four days after the issue was posted, Jason Rodrigues had stated on SeeClickFix that a work order had been put in to "replace the defaced stop sign and straighten the bent u-post on Williams St. @ Brook St." A week later, the stop sign had been replaced and the bent u-post was straightened. Great job Providence!
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