The city of Gardner is expanding its digital communication tools, according to a press release issued this week.
“These tools are just the beginning of an effort to lead the trend in digital communication with other exciting and cost-effective resources to be introduced in coming months,” city administrator Cheryl Harrison-Lee said. “Communicating digitally will not only allow for better and more up-to-date information for our citizens and visitors, but will also save the city over $15,000 annually in printing and postage costs.”

(Read more: Gardner News)

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