The Jefferson County commissioners launched a series of public meetings last week dubbed "citizen input meetings," aimed at interacting with the public and allowing for extensive question-and-answer sessions with county officials and staff.
The first stop on the tour was The Peak Recreation Center in South Jeffco, where the commissioners hosted about 20 area residents.
"We just want to keep you up to date on what we have going on in the county," said Commissioner Kevin McCasky. "We really want to get your feedback."
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