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.
Here are some tweets that caught our eye this week:
Tim Ailsworth from Local Government Insurance Trust (LGIT) presented a check for $8,990 to St. Mary’s County during the commissioners weekly business meeting. The money will be used to conduct an analysis of Emergency Services/Radio Communications. pic.twitter.com/3RDp9Prd5o
— St. Mary’s County Government (@StMarysCoGov) February 6, 2018
In case you missed it – Ms. Heck’s kindergarten class at Homestead/Wakefield Elementary was on ABC2 News Baltimore this morning to wish us good morning! #HCPSproud #GoodMorningMaryland @ABC2NEWS pic.twitter.com/DL9m1tSvXV
— HCPS (@HCPSchools) February 8, 2018
Pictures from the grand opening of REMAX Aspire in Turf Valley Towne Square yesterday. Congratulations to Dan Iampieri and his team on making this project a reality! pic.twitter.com/bmKPWV3idI
— Allan H. Kittleman (@HoCoGovExec) February 9, 2018
The Board of County Commissioners have had a busy day today; they appointed three other individuals to various roles.
— Washington County MD (@WashingtonCoMD) February 6, 2018
— County Exec Gardner (@JanGardnerExec) February 6, 2018
— Queen Anne’s County (@QACGOV) February 9, 2018