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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

SeeClickFix local problems around Lorain County

Today, The Morning Journal formally launches a new feature that lets readers highlight civic problems from potholes to graffiti and blighted buildings. It's called SeeClickFix and you can find it on the front page at Just click the "Report a problem" link to add an item.
SeeClickFix allows you to flag non-emergency trouble spots on an area map, provide details and track what is happening. It's a great way for people in the community to voice concerns and to take action toward a solution.
SeeClickFix is a new citizen journalism initiative by The Morning Journal and its parent firm, Journal Register Company, in conjunction with the SeeClickFix company.
By enabling citizens to report trouble spots that need fixing, SeeClickFix helps communities to help themselves.
Overall, SeeClickFix to date has provided help on 30,000 problems from potholes and speeding school buses to bad drinking water and blighted buildings in a number of states. More than 40 percent of those problems have been reported as fixed. Give it a try. Just SeeClickFix.


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