Becky Boone adopted a fire hydrant on her Midtown street after...
A group of volunteer techies and the city of Anchorage launched a new computer application this week that allows a citizen to adopt a fire hydrant in his or her neighborhood, keep it free of snow, name it, and maybe report on its status so the Anchorage Water and Wastewater Utility will know.
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#1 Dec 9, 2012
This program is awesome.. I been cleaning mine right in front of my house for almost 16 years.. I am glad that we can help and contribute to the safety and others activities for our city .
Kudos to the one with the idea!!!
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