We’re Back

After several months of inactivity, E-City Beat is back! We have spent our hiatus adding contributors and developing an improved reader-centric site and we think we have succeeded. Our core values remain the same: to examine and to comment on important and timely issues that matter to residents of Great Falls, our Central Montana region and our State. We will continue, with your help and commentary, to advocate for Accountability and Transparency in our various units of government, be it our City Commission, our School District, or our Montana Legislature and State Bureaucratic maze.

Remember that you own the resources of our community, its City government, its Parks and its Schools. If you are tired of USA Today and Associated Press sourced and slanted reporting, then E-City Beat will be for you and you won’t have to keep your thoughts under 250 words, or wait 60 days before you can comment again on issues you care about. E-City Beat is all about YOU, whether your focus is on Economic Development, creating a more business friendly environment in Great Falls, the importance of Art in our community, or if you just want to share the world’s best brownie recipe, we want to hear from you. As Brett Doney recently said: “Great Falls needs to Retain and Recruit Talent”. We need your IDEAS.

We invite all points of view from writers and cartoonists on relevant issues facing our City and State.

Posted by Philip M. Faccenda

Philip M. Faccenda is an AIA award-winning architect and planner. He is the Editor-in-Chief of E-City Beat.

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