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Ridgewood launches pothole reporting app


Ridgewood launches pothole reporting app

MONDAY MARCH 3, 2014, 12:14 PM

RIDGEWOOD — Got potholes on your village street? Now, there’s an app for that.

Today is the launch of a new mobile application — accessible through Ridgewood’s official Web site — that was designed to take information about potholes in town.

The “Ridgewood Service Request” or RSR app — the brainchild of John Spano, the village’s street operations supervisor — was designed by Dylan Hansen, Ridgewood’s systems administrator.

Heather Mailander, the village’s interim manager, explained the app during the council’s meeting last week.

“We wanted to come up with an easier way for people to report potholes, especially since we have so many of them due to the weather,” Mailander said. “This will be an easier way to report them.”

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9 thoughts on “Ridgewood launches pothole reporting app

  1. Just fix them fast!

  2. I think it’s a great idea . I wonder how long it will take for people on this blog to start criticizing it.?

  3. #2 not long.

  4. Potholes on S. Van Dien have been fixed. Thanks DPW.

  5. yes the pot hole crew was out all this winter, great job, fast response in most bad spots of the town.thank u.

  6. what’s next an app for tree’s.

  7. operations supervisor go take a walk, what a bull shit story that is.hahahahahahaha.

  8. is there a Christmas Tree Pickup app ?

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