There are now two ways to keep up with Charlestown news and respond with your own comments. You can e-mail comments to CCA or you can add comments to posts and pages here at the web site. This page has a comment box at its bottom.
You can sign up for the e-mail list and receive e-mail directly, or recent CCA outgoing e-mails are posted at our web site at http://charlestowncitizens.org/mailbox/
Click on the title of the post to go to the page for this post with its comments and add your own comments, or click on the comments link at the end of the post to go to this same page. Comments come from both the e-mail list and direct comments to the posts are included. Comments added to web pages will also be sent out to the e-mail list.
You can keep track of all recent comments sent to CCA for all posts at http://charlestowncitizens.org/your-recent-comments-to-cca/ Follow the date link to read the whole comment and original post this comment is attached to.
Although we don’t publish the names of people who write to our e-mail list, we do have names and e-mail addresses so the resulting posts are not anonymous to the Steering Committee. You now also have the option to respond directly at the end of individual posts. In this case your name and e-mail address are required. Your name will automatically be published with your comment, but your e-mail address is never revealed. All comments are held for moderation.
Feel free to continue to e-mail your comments to mail@CharlestownCitizens.org and they will be posted as CCA-emailer.
And be sure to check out our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CharlestownCitizens. While you are there “Like” us and you’ll get the gardening and event updates.
Even this page has a comment box. Your e-mail address is required in case we need to verify your comments, but it will never be published. Your name is also required and will be published along with your comments. Write your comment and then be sure to hit the “Post Comment” button. Ignore the message about HTML tags unless you know how to use these. Comments are automatically held for moderation, but are usually published soon after submission.