The social media site Twitter has become a fast-moving setting for news, information, and advocacy on public affairs. We welcome followers of MACo’s own Twitter feed for updates from the Conduit Street blog and other MACo hot topics, and often use Twitter to reach our own audience, and to hear from others following the same issues as county leaders, especially during the holidays!
Here are some tweets about holiday safety that caught our eye:
— Community Relations (@PGCCommunity) December 27, 2017
When U take the Christmas tree down, never put tree branches or needles in a fireplace or wood-burning stove. When the tree becomes dry, discard it promptly. The best way to dispose of your tree is by having the County’s recycling service pick it up on the designated day(s). pic.twitter.com/OlDV9JgrV0
— Montgomery County MD (@MontgomeryCoMD) December 28, 2017
Charles County: If you or someone you know needs relief from the cold today, visit a warming center. Read here for a complete listing: https://t.co/HE8hUi9fUg @wusa9 @EJia9 @SoMdNews @somdcom @nbcwashington @darcyspencer @fox5dc @ekoslof @TenaciousTopper pic.twitter.com/taUKdzegsS
— Charles County Govt (@CharlesCoMD) December 28, 2017
— Worcester County (@WorcesterCounty) December 12, 2017
ATTENTION CECIL COUNTY: PLEASE RETWEET!!!
It’s FREEZING outside! Track the location of your fixed route bus to better time your arrival at the bus stop and reduce your time waiting out in the cold. Stay warm & safe! https://t.co/opxNjEMokr#CecilTransit #RouteMatch #CecilCoGov pic.twitter.com/ZpaCEQki6E
— CecilCoGov (@CecilCoGov) December 28, 2017
Don’t forget about your furfamily, when making preparations for freezing temperatures. If you are cold, they are cold. pic.twitter.com/J9dHVUkooy
— Dorchester County (@DorchesterSCGov) December 28, 2017