El  Paso County News Release

200 S. Cascade Avenue

Colorado Springs, CO 80903




Amy Lathen , Chair              District 2

Dennis Hisey, Vice Chair    District 4

Darryl Glenn                         District 1

Sallie Clark                            District 3

Peggy Littleton                     District 5

For Immediate Release   Contact: Dave Rose

Chief Public Information Officer

Phone: 520-6540   Cell: 337-9239



Reminder: Town Hall Jan. 27

Event to Feature County Commissioners, Colorado Springs City Council and Mayor’s Office 

County’s Citizen Outreach Group Invites Everyone to Attend


El Paso County, CO, Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2016 – El Paso County’s Citizens Outreach Group is hosting a town-hall style meeting featuring members of the Board of El Paso County Commissioners, the Colorado Springs City Council, and the Mayor’s Office from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 27, at the Pikes Peak Regional Development Center.


Officials will be answering live questions from the public in attendance, and discussing local topics of interest.


“This town hall meeting will be a great opportunity to see how El Paso County Commissioners and Colorado Springs City Council members are working together for the citizens,” said Commissioner Chair Amy Lathen. “I encourage everyone to attend to see the exciting ways we are moving our community forward and get any questions they may have for us answered.”


Citizens Outreach Group chairman, Ed Dills, will moderate the town hall. “Part of COG’s mission is to help the county engage with the community,” Dills said. “A town hall meeting is a great opportunity for open discussion on topics that are important to the citizens.”


The Pikes Peak Regional Development Center is located at 2880 International Circle, just west of Printers Parkway. The town hall is in the upstairs hearing room; parking is free.


The Citizens Outreach Group (COG), composed of county residents, advises the Board of El Paso County Commissioners on topics of concern, reaches out to citizens and facilitates communication between the Board of County Commissioners and its constituents, and coordinates outreach events and activities to build citizen confidence in El Paso County Government. The COG hosts the El Paso County Citizens College. The COG is one of more than 40 volunteer boards and commissions supporting El Paso County.




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