A new software system—PublicStuff—that will make it easier for Dormont reisdents to report neighborhood problems, will likely be available on Oct. 1.
Borough manager Jeff Naftal said the plan is to have the system up and running by the beginning of next month. Prior to launching the software, public notices would be made and information about how to use it would be published, he said.
The borough staff members also would be trained to use the software prior to residents' having the ability to use it.
Using a cell phone or computer, Dormont residents will be able to use the system to report code violations, service requests, complaints and other concerns, and track responses to their messages.
More information about the system is available in this article, published in August.