The common council intends to use an app that allows citizens to take photos of things the city should take care of, and sends the photo directly to the proper department, and if GPS on the phone is enabled then the city will know exactly where to go.
A demo of the app will occur during the next common council meeting.
I have decided on doing a story on about the administrative tax that the council tried to implement on events.
It was meant to pay some debt that the city owed, but every event leader did not like it.
I found out that the Oshkosh police launched Project Lifesaver through one of my Google Alerts.
I got in contact with Ellen Schmidt as a source for my final article covering the administrative tax that the council had put forward but did not go through.
Voting for the Common Council took place today.
I got in contact with Ellen Schmidt from Sawdust Days, and she is one of my sources for the final paper I am doing for my Advanced Reporting class which is coming up in May.
I learned that the committees that Mark Rohloff is looking at cutting are likely ones that have likely fallen apart unofficially in the past.