Ammon’s residents can opt in and out of the city’s network and switch between independent ISPs instantly—ending cable monopolies.
Helping citizens build smarter communities through GIS technology the can help spur innovation, form connections and ultimately lead to action.
To stay in the suburbs, many boomers will have to find solutions that don’t depend on government help.
One scenario predicts sea levels that will be 10 feet higher by the end of the century. But even a 3-foot increase could inundate large sections of the city.
L.A. Metro’s public safety announcements showcase cartoon characters dying when they ignore protocols to stay alive.
The effort will cost an $4.2 million for the first year, including installation of dispensers.
“They were able to connect the problems they identified to specific technology solutions that are measurable,” said Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx.
Also in our State and Local Daily Digest: Chicago approves sick leave for all workers; mass shootings spur Denver schools’ switch to push-button locks; and Louisiana Republicans buck governor on shortfall.
The U.S. Supreme Court turned back a conservative challenge to the University of Texas at Austin’s plan to increase student diversity.
Zika-transmitting mosquitos can breed in a teaspoon of standing water. Data-rich maps and GIS software allow counties to stay one step ahead.