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December 3, 2017



Curry County seeks feedback

Curry County officials request public input for identifying ways “to make its programs, services and activities more accessible to persons with disabilities,” according to a news release.

Feedback will inform an Americans with Disabilities Association Transition Plan, a working document to be presented to the Curry County Commission Dec. 19.

Residents who know of physical barriers to county services are asked to contact Facilities Superintendent Ben Roberts at 575-763-6016, by email at broberts@currycounty.org or by mail at 417 Gidding Street, Suit 100 by Dec. 11.

EPCOG to meet Monday morning

CLOVIS — The Eastern Plains Council of Governments Executive Committee will meet Monday morning in order to authorize an extension of its line of credit with Citizens Bank.

EPCOG Executive Director Sandy Chancey said the group’s line of credit matures on Dec. 15 and the board needs to pass a new resolution in order to extend it.

That resolution will be the only agenda item for the meeting, with many members expected to particpate by teleconference.

The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. Monday at the EPCOG office located at 418 Main St. in Clovis.

— Staff reports

 

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