SALISBURY, NC, May 8, 2014 -- The city’s experiment with a website and mobile phone app that allow residents to report problems like potholes and dead animals is going well, a city official said.
Called 311GIS, the service is designed to let residents quickly request action on non-emergency problems by entering an address, clicking on a map or allowing the app to configure the location. The city is test driving the service for free until June, when City Council will decide whether to subscribe.
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