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    Commissioners Want Feedback From Residents on County Services: Will Use Innovative Telephone Town Hall Technology to Reach 50,000 Residents

    As the Jefferson County Commissioners begin the annual preparation of the county budget, they are looking for feedback from residents.

    They want to know which county services are most important to residents. On Sept. 25, citizens will have a new opportunity to provide valuable feedback and ask questions, without having to leave home to attend a meeting.

    Phones will ring across unincorporated Jeffco inviting residents to participate in a phone meeting from 7 - 8 that evening.

    Calls will be placed to randomly selected phone numbers of unincorporated residents. But the meeting is not limited to just those that are called and anyone at anytime during the meeting can call in. For those who do not receive a phone call, please call, 877-229-8493 and use pin: 110646.

    The commissioners will answer live questions from callers and will also ask polling questions as well.

    September 17, 2012

    Last Updated: 7-3-2013