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Hackers fight neighborhood blight

In March the city approved a plan to sell vacant lots in Englewood for a dollar each. Now residents have until next Monday to submit applications to buy the lots, but you can only qualify if you’re already a homeowner and the lot is on your block.The organization, Teamwork Englewood built the web site that makes this process as simple in reality as the idea itself is. Demond Drummer from Teamwork Englewood joins us along with Aysha Butler, co-founder and President of RAGE, the Resident Association of Greater Englewood.

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