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Shawn Smith, City of Colorado Springs, shovels out broken asphalt to repair their 47th pothole of the day near the 200 block of East Arvada Street in Colorado Springs, Colo., on Thursday, March 5, 2020. (Chancey Bush/ The Gazette)

Remember last year when local Colorado Springs citizens couldn’t quite figure out why the folks over at City Hall just plain ignored their reports of potholes and other issues around the area?

Turns out a technical glitch got in the way of them even receiving the complaints, dumping them into a digital trash for months.

Well, it's cured and there’s a handy dandy app: GoCOS. Download it and give it a try. They promise they’re paying attention now. tinyurl.com/rnfph6t — Linda Navarro, The Gazette

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