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County Commissioners to consider $10 million commitment for school safety

Special Work Session set for 1:30, Monday, May 13. Meeting will be livestreamed on YouTube channel.

Posted on May 12, 2019 2019

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Douglas County Commissioners Roger Partridge, Lora Thomas and Abe Laydon with Castle Rock in the background

Commissioner District II Roger Partridge, Commissioner District III Lora Thomas, and Commissioner District I Abe Laydon

This meeting was livestreamed – view recording at https://youtu.be/vASU5VWxp7o.

WHEN: Monday, May 13, 2019
1:30 p.m.
WHAT: Special Work Session
The Board of Douglas County Commissioners will discuss and consider immediate action on a $10 million commitment to help eliminate the cost barriers associated with public school safety in Douglas County. Consideration of additional mental health services will also be discussed. The Board will remain after the Work Session to hear public comment.
WHO: Douglas County Commissioners:
Roger Partridge, Chair
Lora Thomas, Vice Chair
Abe Laydon
WHERE: Douglas County Administration Building
100 Third Street, Castle Rock, CO  80104
This meeting will also be livestreamed on the County’s YouTube channel

 

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