Banks, City Council, Government

City of Banks sets new social media, email policy

Banks City Hall. Photo: Brenda Schaffer

BANKS - The Banks City Council, since the outbreak of Covid-19, held its second Zoom meeting Tuesday, May 12, and passed a business item to cement email and social media policy.

For those not in the know, Zoom is a video conferencing program that has become the go-to software used by people everywhere to conduct regular office meetings, broker friendly get-ups, hold Congressional hearings, and even produce TV shows -- notably late-night talk shows, news programs, and, oddly enough, Saturday Night Live, et al.  

The Banks City Council included the adoption of a revised email and social media policy, updating the original that was put into place in October 2014, extending 14 pages in a new city document. 

The decree makes it clear that department heads will act as . . .

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