A computerized pothole tracking and repair system. As potholes are reported, they are assigned an identifyiong number and stored by street address, size (on a scale of 1 to 10),location (middle crub, etc).
A pre-view group will first examine each pothole to verify the correct ness of each report. If the report is invalid ( no pothole, worng address, etc.), the report will be discarded. each invalid report will be entered to an invalid report master file. After vericification, a valid report will be assigned a priority number ( on scale of 1 to 10 ) and a district number ( determined from street address), and sent the report to the repair crew for repair.
the supervisor of the repair crew will first examin the priority number , location and size, and availability of the equipment to schedule the work date for each pothole. a pothole schedule file is [url removed, login to view] the pothole is repaired, report will be generated to include the location, repair crew identifying number, equipment assigned, hours applied to repair , amount of filler material used, and cost of repair 9 computed from hours applied, number of people, for [url removed, login to view] ,a damage file is created to hold information about reported damage due to the pothole and includes citizen's name, address, phone number, type of damage, and dollar amount of damage.
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