One of the great civic tech sites on the web will now let you pick and choose councilmen, legislation and even topics you’re interested in and send you a daily newsletter of what happened in City Council regarding each.
“Every morning, you’ll receive an email notification with automatic links to official NYC Council actions — stay informed with a daily push, instead of needing to visit the website and actively search,” Moore writes in a post on Medium.
— David Moore (@ppolitics) January 18, 2017
We just signed up for news on any bills tagged “technology” or containing the word “innovation.” We look forward to using this tool to do better reporting on the political side of Brooklyn’s tech world. We would also like to know if the site’s name is a play on the Brooklyn classic, Illmatic.
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