However I don’t think
that this is really case. While Facebook and any other social media platform
may represent new channels for information, they are by no means ubiquitous.
Just like email hasn’t killed the telephone, there are always going to be folks
who prefer to use the webpage, go directly to city hall, or just call over the
phone. Also, its important to note that
Facebook actually controls the data on the site and might raise privacy concerns over
who has access to key city data. While city Facebook pages will certainly continue
to grow, I find it hard to see how they could possibly kill off the traditional
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