- Associated Press - Tuesday, March 24, 2015

BROOKHAVEN, Ga. (AP) - A metro Atlanta city is offering residents a new way to report quality of life issues to city officials.

Brookhaven city officials say the smartphone application CitySourced allows citizens to report problems like potholes, code violations and more.

Officials say the application keeps users notified of the status of their complaint and sends notifications when the issue has been resolved.

Community Development Director Ben Song says the program is meant to help the city improve community relations and efficiency. Song says the application may also be used to send emergency notifications to subscribers.

Officials say the application is also used in Fulton County, Peachtree Corners and other larger cities across the country.

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