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Wednesday, November 13, 2013 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
"SeeClickFix began to engage this small army of Guerrilla Citizens improving the City."
—Raleigh City Councilman Bonner Gaylord telling TED how SeeClickFix sparked a civic movement in Raleigh, NC.
One of my favorite SeeClickFix communities is Raleigh, NC. It waslocal broadcaster WRAL that originally paid for the pro version of SCF and it was Bonner Gaylord that brought us to town, but it was City Hall and the citizens that have created a legacy of civic engagement.
Bonner told that story to TED in Raleigh last week.
Here's the slide show with the presenter comments.
- Click Thank You
- Meet Tucker: New Addition to the SeeClickFix Team!...
- Volunteers in New Haven step-up to get more neighb...
- Neighbors Helping Neighbors Make Greensboro, NC Mo...
- A Model City after all - 5 Years in Open Data and ...
- Greetings from #NLCSEA!
- Growth Hacking SCF in Underused Neighborhoods
- Commonwealth Connect Receives a Dedicated Home Onl...
- From SeeClickFix to City Camp to Code For America ...
- The "City Initiated" Trend in Transparency
- SeeClickFix Announces the SCF Fellowship and is Ta...
- Traffic Cones, Creative fixes and dog poo.
- Broken Windows & SeeClickFix
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