09 September, 2014

Hyper-Local St. Albans News: "St. Albans Direct" and "What's Next, St. Albans?"

St. Albans Direct
St. Albans Councilwoman, Cheryl Thomas, has created a new Facebook page where she intends to keep St. Albans informed about city government, meetings , Convention and Visitors Bureau news and more. Start getting St. Albans Direct right now by liking it at::


What's Next, St. Albans?
Also new to Facebook is What's Next, St. Albans?, the Facebook discussion group for future-oriented St. Albans residents who want to participate in St. Albans' first visioning project centered around 3 big questions:

1. What is the state of our community today?
2. Where do we want to be?
3. What do we have to do to get there?

Join the discussion at ::


What's Next, St. Albans? (on Linkedin)
Prefer Linkedin? There's also a What's Next, St. Albans? on Linkedin. Join us at ::

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