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Pennsauken Township needs to enforce a social media policy for officials, employees and board members

We’ve seen Pennsauken Township officials, employees and board members speaking out quite a bit recently on social media about the upcoming election.  It’s no secret that we live in a partisan town.   The Democratic party and their handpicked and groomed successors have run things for over 30-years.  But have they forgotten that they serve the residents of Pennsauken and not the Democratic party?   Continue reading “Pennsauken Township needs to enforce a social media policy for officials, employees and board members”

Pennsauken Township Government Social Media and Transparency

I came across an interesting article from the International City/County Management Association entitled “Your Social Media Strategy – Social Media Is The Way Communities Network Now”.  The significance of this article for me is that I’ve seen many residents on social media complain about things like Pennsauken Township government not accepting payments and forms online or engaging residents on social media.   Additionally a week or so ago when Pennsauken Deputy Mayor Betsy McBride said to me on the Positively Pennsauken Facebook page “I don’t live on social media world” I made the case that Pennsauken Township government should be engaging #TheOther35000 online.  This article further proves the point why Pennsauken Township government should be engaging residents on social media.  Continue reading “Pennsauken Township Government Social Media and Transparency”