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There's An App For That: Clovis Offers Anti-Graffiti Application

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The city of Clovis have developed a smartphone application that allows residents to report graffiti, potholes and burned-out streetlights in neighborhoods.

The application is called Go Request and is available for both iPhone's and Android phones.

People who download the application click on the city, mark the location or take a picture. Then an option to select a complaint from a list of issues comes up, followed by an option to add comments.

Within seconds, the app posts it right into the city's computer system.

An update is sent once the issue has been fixed.

 

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