D.C. residents can report problems on smartphone app
WASHINGTON (AP) - A new smartphone app will make it easier for District of Columbia residents to report quality-of-life problems.
D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray is scheduled to announce Wednesday the launch of a new DC311 smartphone application, a free download.
Users of the app can report problems like graffiti, potholes, trash and streetlight outages from their mobile device.
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