City officials announced today that they are joining the social media revolution by creating a Facebook page where they will post press releases.
“The city’s Facebook page will not replace any of the city’s existing means of communicating with the public, but will complement the tools the city currently uses,” says a press release from the city.
According to the page, the city joined Facebook on Aug. 21. As of publication, it had 13 likes. Make that 14, when we clicked “like.”