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Issue Closed
07-30-2010

NC DOT just called SCF to report that they removed the liter a couple days ago!

Comment
07-30-2010

Hi,

Is this issue marked in the correct location on the map?

Thanks,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Comment
07-27-2010

Hi,

We understand that this is a matter of concern. Can you provide any constructive solutions that the city could implement in order to fix this problem?

Thank you,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Hi,

Is the location correct? If not, please let me know the exact address so that I can change it.

Thanks,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Issue Closed
07-26-2010

Hi Michael,

This issue sounds like it should be taken up with the newspaper company rather than with city officials. Perhaps you should contact their circulation desk to let them know.

SeeClickFix is meant for reporting community issues in the public sphere, such as graffiti, potholes, traffic lights, etc. Please email me at contact@seeclickfix.com if you have any questions.

Thanks,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Comment
07-22-2010

Hi Audre,

Please stay constructive. The Road Commission is interested in fixing this issue, but they need your cooperation in order to do so. I understand that it can be frustrating not to get an immediate response but these things take time. The Oakland Road Commission is genuinely trying to help fix this issue.

Please email me at contact@seeclickfix.com if you have any further questions.

Thanks,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Hi Phil,

I checked to make sure that the proper government officials in Richmond were getting notified, and they are. Although it seems that you're getting ignored, please know that I'm sure the city of Richmond will do everything they can to fix this issue. However, it does take time.

Thank you for using the SeeClickFix site! If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at contact@seeclickfix.com or visit help.seeclickfix.com.

Thank you,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Comment
07-21-2010

Hi Calvin,

I just made Boston DCR a new watcher for this area. They will now be getting updates on this issue.

Thank you for using the SeeClickFix website and let me know if you have any questions or problems!

Thanks,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Hi!

Check out the SeeClickFix blog written about this issue: http://seeclickfix.blogspot.com/2010/07/heavy-rains-bring-cleared-drains_15.html

Thanks!

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

A blog was written about this issue on the SeeClickFix website. Check it out!

http://seeclickfix.blogspot.com/2010/07/issue-1300-tomlinson-bridge-protest.html

Thank you very much for being active members on the SeeClickFix website.

Best,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

Comment
07-13-2010

Hi,

I just checked to make sure emails were getting sent to the proper government officials. Emails have been sent to the Lorain Street Department as well as the Lorain Pothole Watch.

Just wanted to let you know that people are looking at these, but sometimes they take time to get fixed. Thank you very much for being an active member on the SeeClickFix website.

Let us know at contact@seeclickfix.com if you have any questions!

Best,

Annelies
The SeeClickFix Team

We are actually SeeClickFix, not The Daily Times (note the name "The SeeClickFix Team" at the top of the posting). And this thread is on the SeeClickFix website.

Also, The Daily Times has no responsibility to get involved. They already are trying to help you, as the citizen, by posting our widget on their website.

Thank you for participating on the SeeClickFix website and please let us know if you have any further questions.

The SeeClickFix Team

Comment
07-02-2010

Hi!

I actually read this comment. There is a public watch area for this and the government is getting contacted. However, I will send them an email and double check that they are, in fact, receiving notifications about this issue.

If you're ever in doubt about people reading these issues, you can always create a public watch area and just include the email address of the government official you want contacted (that information is available on the city's website).

Hope this helped!
Annelies

This issue is merely linked through the News-Herald's site. However, it is in no way a part of their site. Rather, it is a part of SeeClickFix's website. And, as I said earlier, it does violate our terms of use: any content that is "unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, tortious, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, invasive of another's privacy, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable" is strictly prohibited.

SeeClickFix is all in favor of free speech and we encourage debate. However, please refrain from comments that violate SCF's Terms of Use.

Thanks,
The SeeClickFix team

Hello,

Please remember to keep your comments clean. See our Terms of Use for details on what is acceptable: http://seeclickfix.com/terms_of_use

Thanks,
Annelies