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putting 311 data to work for NYC

From: fkh
Sent on: Monday, September 9, 2013 10:50 AM
Here's a possible direction for some of the BetaNYC crew this fall: turning 311 into an informative, meaningful tool for local action.

For example, what does the 311 dashboard on a Council Member's desk (or pocket) look like? With new representatives at every level of gov, what new tools using 311 data can inform them of community concerns? Can a local feedback loop with 311 help create more rewarding civic engagement? 

I'm interested in working on this, focusing on communities with persistent quality of life problems. Who's in?

Frank Hebbert
OpenPlans | | [masked] | @fkh

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