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SeeClickFix Changing How Citizens Interact with Local Governments

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SeeClickFix Changing How Citizens Interact with Local Governments

March 30, 2010 - 17:08

The Journal News is now using SeeClickFix. Talk of the Sound is taking a look at it as well. Next week Ben Berkowitz, Founder/CEO, SeeClickFix will be discussing The Future of Internet Community Reporting on the Personal Democracy Forum Network.

Dialing 311 has changed the way citizens around the U.S. and Canada interact with their local governments by making it easy to call in with questions or complaints. These days, city and county officials are upping the ante by making it possible for residents not just to send queries down the line, but to see what their fellow residents are reporting too.

The result? Community mobilization, faster resolution of problems, and even the occasional good Samaritan solution.

Join the PdF Network on Thursday, April 1 as Ben Berkowitz, Founder/CEO, SeeClickFix shows us how technology is "peeling back the layers of bureaucracy," one pothole at a time.

Thursday, April 1 at the PdF Network

Your Town, Online: The Future of Internet Community Reporting

1-2 p.m. EST

Join the call!