Friday, May 19, 2017

Inside Mesa County kicks off with a presentation by Commissioners

Mesa County Commissioner Scott McInnis kicks off this spring's Inside Mesa County class.  

Inside Mesa County, the eight-week course that gives participants an up-close look at inner workings of their county government, began Wednesday evening.

Nearly 20 residents are taking the free course this spring, held Wednesday evenings at the old Mesa County Courthouse, 544 Rood Ave.

Mesa County Commissioners Pugliese and McInnis talk to the IMC class about the importance of community involvement in local government and encouraged attendees to apply to a Mesa County volunteer board. 

On the opening night, attendees heard from Commissioners Scott McInnis and Rose Pugliese, as well as County Administrator Frank Whidden, Park and Facilities Director Greg Linza and Fairgrounds Manager Donna Redd.

Future sessions will feature the Assessor, Clerk and Recorder, County Attorney, Coroner, District Attorney, Sheriff, Surveyor, and Treasurer, as well as Animal Services, Criminal Justice Services, Department of Human Services, Public Health, and Public Works.

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