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corner of sussex / warren streets is a transition intersection as is morris / warren
Either way SustainableJC.org will host this tool as citywide organization on behalf of the various Neighborhood Associations - happy to do it; we can figure out how to so on our back end; from what I read on the Harsimus presentation Steve gave it. This first iteration was just to test it and see if there would be a response.
We also want to map flood zones and some other issues to our Green Map so there is an opportunity to deploy citizen solutions like smart tree pits, Rain Gardens and other GI; we will create those opportunities for our Rain Garden Campaign but the Green Map reporting will be the way to present back to City Council, Wards / Neighborhood Association and JCEC, which is what we are after. Would love to discuss further.
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From Steve Fulop's government modernization plan:
"The explosion of social media provides Jersey City with an opportunity to garner a wealth of information from constituents. From online constituent surveys to asking the community questions on Facebook, the Fulop administration believes that the key to improving the city is through community involvement. Many cities have adopted programs such as “See-Click-Fix” that allow residents to take a picture of an issue like a pothole and submit it to the appropriate government agency. Not only will my administration use a social “bottoms up” approach to understand neighborhood issues, but also to drive neighborhood priorities. Imagine the use of a Groupon- like tool that solicits citizens for feedback on the priority of various government activities in their neighborhood. The neighborhood will help prioritize whether it is more important right now to fix a given pothole or paint a crosswalk at an intersection.
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