Chatham Township Joins Social Media Networks

Municipality can now be found on Facebook and Twitter.

The Chatham Township Committee announced on Tuesday the municipality is now on Facebook and Twitter.

The addition of the social media accounts is part of the town's effort to increase transparency and communication with residents and business owners.

"Our ability to utilize these two sites will support our ongoing efforts to increase communications with residents and area businesses and will complement Alert Chatham Township Now! (ACT Now!), our Emergency & Community Alert System," Mayor Kevin Sullivan said in a prepared statement.

"We encourage residents and local businesses to ‘like us’ and ‘follow us’ so they can be kept abreast of the various events taking place around town, as well as important emergency notifications."

Sullivan credited the Communications Committee, particularly Deputy Mayor Curt Ritter, for spearheading the effort.

The Chatham Township Committee usually meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal building.
communicate07928 May 04, 2014 at 09:19 AM
It's great to see that the Township is catching on an picking up some good communication ideas from Laura Nonnenmacher who started a Chatham Township Facebook page back in June of 2012 to keep residents updated. We were so lucky to have this means of communication and information during Sandy!
Chatham Examiner May 04, 2014 at 09:31 AM
And here I thought Curt Ritter was a genius for coming up with this idea.


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