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Another community signs onto SeeClickFix

CHARLESTON -- Residents can now have their voices heard when it comes to improvements in town.
CHARLESTON -- Residents can now have their voices heard when it comes to improvements in town. The city will now use SeeClickFix.

The online program allows people to share "quality of life" issues with city leaders including things like potholes, damaged sidewalks or graffiti. The reports will be reviewed and the issues resolved.

Champaign launched the SeeClickFix program in February. It's made the city aware of several problems.

Potholes on Main Street were repaired as well as a crosswalk sign at Walnut and University. An MTD sign near Devonshire Court, which had been knocked over, was also replaced.
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