Stimulus for gov’t websites too?

2/12/2009:

Behind the times

One Hoboken411 reader thought that the one of the government websites (congress.org) should get some stimulus as well – considering it seems like it hasn’t be updated since 2007.

Michael Cricco, Chris Campos and Richard DelBoccio are still listed as Hoboken Councilman!

stimulus-for-government-websites.jpg

Leave a Reply

4 Comments on "Stimulus for gov’t websites too?"

AsparagusPhil
Member
AsparagusPhil

[quote comment=”135761″]Hoboken has that beat, on the official Hoboken website City Council meeting minutes have not been updated since 2006. Same for the planning board…[/quote]
But they have a big picture of the clock at the train station on the homepage. What else do you need? It’s big, and it’s a. . .clock.

davidd
Member
davidd

Hoboken has that beat, on the official Hoboken website City Council meeting minutes have not been updated since 2006. Same for the planning board…

whewwhewwhew
Member

Can they update Chris Campos from “President” to convicted DUI Felon?
Still hate that prick

hobokenklm
Member
hobokenklm

Roll Call and Congress.org are not official government sites. Congress.org is a service of Capitol Advantage and Knowlegis, LLC; private, non-partisan companies that specialize in facilitating civic participation. Roll Call is a newspaper covering the people, politics, process and policy on Capitol Hill.

So you can’t blame the government for the lack of updated info on the site.

wpDiscuz