Tuesday, January 22, 2013
The city is registering with SeeClickFix to enable people to submit non-emergency road repair requests using any SmartPhone.
Brookhaven has not only filled its first pothole, it has also registered with SeeClickFix to allow people to submit road service requests directly to its new municipal public works department. With the SeeClickFix phone app, you can now report non-emergency issues such as potholes, other road damage and missing or damaged signs using any SmartPhone such as an Android, iPhone or Blackberry. Service requests are received and logged by the city and are sorted based on date and/or popularity. Service requests may also be generated and tracked through the SeeClickFix website. Related Items: Brookhaven Fills Its First Pothole
Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Locations have yet to be announced, and Brookhaven Patch wants to know what potholes you'd like repaired first.
The new of Brookhaven will patch its first pothole on Friday, Jan. 18. According to a spokesperson for the city, the location and time of the first set of repairs should be announced Wednesday afternoon. Last summer, Patch began running a series of articles based on recommendations from readers about road repairs that really needed to be addressed. With Tuesday's announcement, we'd like to hear from you: what potholes or repairs would you like to see on the list of improvements? Give us your list and share your thoughts in the Comments section below. Related Items: Now Under Patch Watch: Windsor Parkway and Hermance Patch Watch: Briarwood and North Druid Hills Patch Watch: Uprooted Pavement on Nesbitt Drive Patch Watch: Dresden Drive Near…
Saturday, July 14, 2012
You tell us, in our latest Patch poll.
Brookhaven's Pete Cabrelli took matters into his own hands Friday afternoon. Using asphalt and other materials he bought at a home improvement store, the Stratfield Drive resident - replete in a white shirt and red tie - made a much-publicized repair to a pothole in his neighborhood. 11Alive reported that a DeKalb County spokesman dismissed the event, calling it "a political stunt." A team of six county workers removed the material that Cabrelli had put in place, and also filled other problem spots in the Stratfield Drive subdivision, according to the AJC. But Carbrelli, who said he favors incorporation, said he was simply trying to keep his neighborhood safe and was tired of making complaints to the county and receiving no repsonse. …