The People's 311
August 24th, 2007

People In response to Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Scout initiative, which will send out a patrol to document quality of life issues such as potholes and graffiti, a new community run effort to document the same thing has been launched. Called the People’s 311, it is reaching out to New Yorkers, asking them to upload photos of problems they encounter. The goal is to supplement the new city workers.

The project was started by Carrie McLaren, founder and editor of Stay Free! magazine and Steve Lambert of the Anti Advertising Agency.

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