Wednesday, February 26, 2014
The town of Westport today took a small step toward allowing residents to use a computer to report everything from pothole complaints to concerns about trees, send in pictures, and track progress on resolution of the request.
The Board of Selectmen approved a technology sharing agreement with the town of Windsor, which has developed what it calls a “Dashboard” application to allow various citizen service requests filed by computer.
Director of Public Works Steve Edwards said the town has been looking at the South Windsor application for more than a year and will initially use it to track public works vehicles through an automatic vehicle locator component.
“I have to emphasize that South Windsor is up and running, and we’re looking to start crawling,” he said.
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