Saturday, December 29, 2007

Rolling out the new Blog Tip Line (and yes, it is two words).

The Blog seeks to address any and all matters of interest to the tax payers of the Edmonds School District. In working to achieve this goal, we are rolling out the Blog Tip Line so that members of the public seeking to provide comments, ask questions or relay story ideas can just pick up the telephone and leave a message. The number is 425-218-3172.

No one will pick up the call. If you want to talk to someone from the Blog, just leave your name (fictional or otherwise), a telephone number and a time when to call and someone will get back to you shortly.

We are aware that not everyone has a computer at home and some choose not to have an active internet connection. Still, some would prefer not to call from their home or office for fear the call may be traced. Now, you can simply write down the Blog Tip Line number and make a call from a pay phone (if you can find one), a protected cell phone or home phone, or from any conference room in the ESC. Just another way the Blog is trying to make reporting even easier.

Once again, thank you for your support and we look forward to a great year of blogging.

Mark Zandberg
Chief Executive of Blog Content Development


Anonymous said...

Great idea.

Anonymous said...

Mark, Once again, you have left no stone unturned; thanks for adddng a phone number for viewers to express their views to this great cause.

Anonymous said...

This reminds me of the time that the district started their anonymous telephone "tip-line." I think it started because of Columbine. Anyway, one "tip" on the hotline said that the girls bathroom at a certain Lynnwood middle school had been out of toilet paper for several days. Next day, apparently, paper was back in the bathroom! Good luck on your tip line!

Anonymous said...

who could trust that if you left an anonymous tip on the district tip line that you would REALLY remain anonymous, I wouldn't trust the district tip line!