City of Oconomowoc joins Facebook, Twitter
Director of Economic Development Bob Duffy announced Wednesday that the city has joined the world of social media.
"As the city continues its quest for improved communications with the public, we are unveiling a Facebook page that will provide updates from our new website," wrote Duffy in an email announcing the new page. He added the city has also joined Twitter.
The city has been working on a new website for the past several months and launched the new site at www.oconomowoc-wi.gov/ recently. The new site aims to provide more connectivity between residents and the local government.
Through the new site, residents can sign up to receive alerts about meetings and can log concerns and questions through the site and be updated on their progress.
To visit the city's Facebook page, go to www.facebook.com/pages/City-of-Oconomowoc/399841633388889 to follow them on Twitter go to, twitter.com/#!/Oconomowoc_WI.
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