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White Rock council introduces E-newsletters

White Rock residents can now have city news delivered straight to their inbox.

City communications co-ordinator Jamie Leggatt announced Monday an email subscription service built into the city’s new website allows users to opt in for e-newsletters that match their interests.

The newsletters will be distributed on a weekly basis, with council meeting updates sent in connection with that schedule. They will also be available online or in a text-based format. To sign up, visit www.whiterockcity.ca/newsletter

 

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