Whether its water or roads that are the hot topic, College Station is reaching out to residents on the world wide web even more than before.
The city has launched a Facebook section. At the popular social networking site, the city will have upcoming events, pictures and video from other city outings, and discussions of current events.
In recent months, the city has launched a number of new technological initiatives, including e-newsletters and a radio station broadcasting city updates. City officials have also updated their television programming on Suddenlink channel 19.
To access the Facebook page, you have to be a member of the free site, then search "College Station."
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