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Does your department have an email newsletter?

el Guapo

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I produce one for my department and thus I suspect a few of you commie planners also use this tool of propaganda to scare the masses into compliance. No seriously, it is a great tool for keeping your clients, citizens and bosses in touch with your message and departmental accomplishments. Plus, you can uses it as a tool for subtle education.

PM me if you want a subscription to mine. I'd expect to get a courtesycopy of yours for those long trips to the "library." ;)
 

Rem

Cyburbian
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eG we have a weekly newsletter for the whole organisation that is delivered electronicaly or in hard form depending on your work area (ie.outdoor staff receive a hard version). The electronic version is delivered via a link to our Lotus Notes server - so I'm not sure I can send it externally. It will be out in the next day or so - I will give it a try.

If you are interested in hard copies, I can give you enough to keep you occupied for the next few trips to the library. PM me a mailing address if you are interested.

There is state planning user group who receive an occasional newsletter, say every two to three weeks. If interested, I would be happy to forward my next copy. If interested you could then subscribe directly (it's free).
 

Rem

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eG this week's newsletter has just hit the screen. I can copy it as a .pdf and send it in an email (as well as the back catalogue if you like the first sample).

Send me an email address.
 
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