1/4/18-Evaluation of the State of Street Related Infrastructure
As a result of a desire of the Mayor and Council to improve the delivery of public works services, a FUSE Corps Fellow, Laila Alequresh, conducted reviews and prepared a report on the state of street related infrastructure.
Fuse Corps deploys highly skilled and passionate entrepreneurs into public service to solve some of the biggest challenges facing communities across the country.
These slides show the results of a survey last fall about what residents and businesses thought of the City’s infrastructure broken down by Council District. The report details the recommendations. Both make for interesting reading.
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