Tech announcements are nice but, sadly, promises of better service from KCMO have always been nothing more than vaporware.
Today's hype . . .
Northeast News: City’s new app to make resident connection easier, upgrade 311
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On Thursday, the City launched a new smartphone app, myKCMO. The app is intended for Kansas City, Mo., residents to be able to quickly request city services anytime and anywhere.
Residents can download the myKCMO app to request and track city services, and report potholes, illegal dumping, missed trash pickups and more.
“This cutting edge new app will enable residents and visitors to more conveniently access information and report local issues,” said City Manager Brian Platt. “The more efficient workflow and request tracking system will allow us to respond quicker and more efficiently to concerns.”
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