Trash spills over into an alley north of McKenzie Street in the city's poverty-stricken central core. The city of Fresno unveiled a new smartphone app that would allow city residents to report city code violations, potholes, trash and other problems.
Trash spills over into an alley north of McKenzie Street in the city's poverty-stricken central core. The city of Fresno unveiled a new smartphone app that would allow city residents to report city code violations, potholes, trash and other problems. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo
Trash spills over into an alley north of McKenzie Street in the city's poverty-stricken central core. The city of Fresno unveiled a new smartphone app that would allow city residents to report city code violations, potholes, trash and other problems. JOHN WALKER Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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