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Not in Philly, the online adopt-a-block anti-litter project from coders Dave Brindley and Yury Korzun, is getting some attention from folks who are, er, not in Philly.
Important folks, such as new Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh. According to sister site Technical.ly Baltimore, Pugh was briefed on the project last week, as she’s reportedly looking for a way to encourage resident-led anti-litter efforts.
The incoming mayor of Baltimore is getting briefed on Not in Philly today. What???
— Not in Philly (@NotinPhilly) January 4, 2017
Not in Philly is getting a lot of attention for a project still looking for startup funding. We’ll see if the founders can turn that recent traction into dollars.-30-
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