Swells of Change 

Crowdswell lets communities define, fund and solve the problems people want fixed most

It started with the observations he made on his daily commute. Graffiti on a stop sign. Trash in bushes. Bus stops without benches where elderly riders stood waiting. The naked wings of the iconic Expo '74 butterfly structure in Riverfront Park…

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