SeeClickFix Radio

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A radio show about the top issues reported on SeeClickFix in cities across the country.

Episode Date
#1: Ben Berkowitz, SeeClickFix CEO
Feb 08, 2016
#2: City of New Haven
WNHH's Paul Bass pairs up with the team at SeeClickFix to discus citizen contributions in New Haven and beyond. This show features Ethan Hutchings and Kathy Hurley of the City of New Haven.
Feb 08, 2016
#3: Macon-Bibb County, GA
WNHH's Paul Bass speaks and SeeClickFIx's Ben Berkowitz and Caroline Smith run down the latest citizen-powered news in New Haven, Houston, and Macon-Bibb County, Georgia.
Feb 08, 2016
#4: City of Houston, TX
WNHH host and New Haven Independent editor Paul Bass speaks to Ben Berkowitz and Caroline Smith of SeeClickFix about the site's weekly news. From Houston, Assistant Director, Houston 311, Frank Carmody joins as well.
Feb 08, 2016
#5: City of South San Francisco, CA
Ben Berkowitz and Caroline Smith from SeeClickFix connect the WNHH studio to Justin Anderson in South San Francisco, CA, talking about bikes, urban trails, traffic, and illegal dumping.
Feb 08, 2016
#6: City of Burlington, VT
SeeClickFix Radio connects with Burlington, Vt. to talk about New England's heroin epidemic, snow removal, and other public policy issues.
Feb 10, 2016
#7: City of Princeton, NJ
SeeClickFix Radio connects with Princeton, NJ to talk about restaurant complaints, snow removal, and sump pump issues.
Feb 18, 2016
#8: City of Ann Arbor, MI
SeeClickFix Radio connects with Nadine Herring, citizen of New Haven, CT, and Dave Wilburn of Ann Arbor, MI to talk graffiti, potholes, and civic tech meetups.
Feb 24, 2016
#9: City of Richmond, VA
Andreas Addison, the "civic innovator" of Richmond, Virginia, joins the crew at SeeClickFix Radio for a look at potholes, bulk trash, and roosters.
Apr 08, 2016
#10: City of Gainesville, FL
This week the show visits Gainesville, Florida, to learn about graffiti walls and a campaign to create the world's most citizen-connected city. Translation: "Thank you for complaining!"
Apr 08, 2016
#11: City of Memphis, TN
Carolyn Malone and Michael Jones, officials from Memphis, Tennessee, describe efforts to promote biking and bike lanes and keep after neighbors who don't bring in their trash cans promptly enough after weekly garbage pick-ups.
Apr 08, 2016
#12: City of Detroit, MI
The Motor City tackles precarious trees, graffiti, and absentee slumlords' blight on the latest edition of WNHH's SeeClickFix radio. Special guest: Amy Sovereign, program management officer of Detroit's Department of Innovation and Technology.
Apr 08, 2016
#13: City of St. Petersburg, FL
New Haven parks chief Rebecca Bombero and David Flintom, director of St. Petersburg, Florida's, Mayor's Action Center, discuss the challenge of keeping litter out of parks, keeping beehives out of danger, battling mosquitos, and cutting grass.
Apr 08, 2016
#14: San Francisco 311
Rob Smuts, former chief administrative officer of the City of New Haven, speaks about his new role as deputy director of emergency management for the city of San Francisco -- and about privatization, citizen engagement, local democracy, and seawalls.
May 12, 2016
#15: City of Malden, MA
Malden, Mass., Mayor Gary Christenson and Public Works Director Bobby Knox Jr. weigh on fixing the small problems in their historic society so they don't become big problems.
May 12, 2016
#16: Vermont Agency of Transportation
Raccoons in the road and confusing highway signs -- plus "hanging chad" "gores" -- are the subject as Erick Filkorn of the Vermont Agency of Transportation joins us live on the air.
May 12, 2016
#17: City of Roseville, MI
City Manager Scott Adkins of Roseville, Michigan, talks rogue shopping carts, the "pothole pledge," and middle-of-the-night construction noise.
May 12, 2016
#18: Windsor, CT
The parties were getting a bit out of hand at the park in Windsor, Connecticut. Then citizens and the government got on the case.
May 12, 2016
#19: City of Carbondale, IL
Carbondale's Sean E. Henry reveals a world in which taxpayers support a big enough budget to hire 90 public-works employees in a small city to handle garbage collection, lake maintenance, public water and sewage treatment, all in-house.
May 12, 2016
#20: City of Woburn, MA
Chief Robert Ferullo, Jr., talks discusses efforts to reboot policing in a difficult age, starting with disputes over parking spaces and finding GPS solutions to trucks clogging narrow residential streets.
May 12, 2016
#21: Neighborhood Housing Services
Livable City Initiative's Evan Trachten and Neighborhood Housing Services' Adam Rawlings join SeeClickFix's Nadine Herring to talk reported New Haven issues
May 12, 2016
#22: Fayetteville, NC
City officials talk about solving Dogwood, dead animal pickups, and an infamous "Snake" tagger, while also recognizing top-notch public servants.
Aug 10, 2016