“You’ve got to be very careful if you don’t know where you’re going, because you might not get there.”
Outlining the changes for City Council members, Nagin aides said a key feature of their plan is a computerized tracking system, which will record each step in an effort to eliminate a property nuisance, beginning with the initial inspection.
The system also will allow for easier data retrieval, giving officials speedy access to details about liens, past code violations and unpaid taxes linked to every address. Existing city computer systems that assemble such information generally aren’t linked, they said.
There is a lot of interest in the Code Enforcement program but as many of you know to consider the use of Technology as a major component of the Code Enforcement System sounds good but the state of the City website at this point in time is abysmal.
For instance, check out this link and then download the pdf. Presto! Completely conflicting information.
So if you were trusting that the table presented on the site was in fact correct you would be wrong..