When the Freeport City Council met as the Committee of Whole on Monday, February 12, 2018, there was discussion of an Agreement for an Application for Reporting Potholes and Nuisances and Tracking Work Orders. It would only cost $32,250 the first year, and thereafter $19,250 per year. This must be a joke. With this $32,250 software program, citizens would be able to report potholes online. There are potholes and horrible roads all over Freeport, and these have been reported for years. Little has been done. Woodside Drive for example in “Do Nothing” Alderperson Klemm’s Ward has deteriorated to the point that it is dangerous to travel on. A computer program will not fix the potholes and the streets. No more computer programs. No more consultants. Just department heads who will at least attempt to address the problems facing this City. How many potholes can be repaired for $32,250?