Friday, October 8, 2010 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
Think a fire hydrant is an important part of a healthy community? Think its important to keep them in repair and notify the fire department when they are missing, leaking or in need of maintenance?
Our users in New Haven do and apparently after two weeks on the job the new assistant Chief does as well. One of the nice things about transparency is that you get to celebrate all the good things public officials are doing for our community as well as keep them informed of bugs in the public fabric.
Check out some recently fixed hydrant issues in New Haven thanks to NHFD and Pat Egan:
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