Beginning June 3, the Board of County Commissioners will move their public hearings and study sessions from Mondays to Tuesdays.
“Logistically moving the hearings to Tuesdays makes sense for everyone involved,” Adams County Manager Todd …
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“Logistically moving the hearings to Tuesdays makes sense for everyone involved,” Adams County Manager Todd Leopold said. “The public will have more time to evaluate the agenda and prepare public comments while our commissioners will have an extra day to evaluate the complex issues they have to consider.”
The Board of County Commissioners unanimously supports the decision to move Public Hearings to Tuesdays.
“We were getting a lot of information on Fridays and sometimes we would have trouble getting clarification until early Monday morning right before the hearing,” said Commissioner Charles “Chaz” Tedesco. “This way we will have more time to consider feedback and allow the public to have an extra day to consider the issues.”
Public hearings during April and May of 2014 will continue to be held at 9:30 a.m. on Mondays.
The agenda for each public hearing and study session will be posted on the Adams County website, . A physical copy will also be posted outside of the Clerk & Recorder’s Office at the Adams County Government Center, 4430 S. Adams County Parkway, Brighton.
The board also hosts town hall meetings throughout the year. The next one is scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, in the Rosa Auditorium at the Skyview Campus, 8990 York St. in Thornton. The board will first hold a public hearing for the subarea plan for the Welby neighborhood and the town hall will follow immediately after.
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