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12-07-2021 Meeting Notice - Douglas County Veterans Advisory Committee (Photo) - 12/06/21

DOUGLAS COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

December 7, 2021

 

** Notice of Meeting **

Douglas County Veterans Advisory Committee

Tuesday, December 14, 2021

 

(Roseburg, OR) The next Douglas County Veterans Advisory Committee meeting will take place on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at 3:00 pm via a virtual conference format.   We are continuing to take extra precautions during COVID-19; thus, the meeting will be conducted virtually. We will accommodate any member of the public who wishes to join the meeting via video or by phone. Information regarding access to the virtual conference is posted on the Douglas County Veterans Service Office webpage at https://douglascounty-oregon.us/408/Veterans-Services under the link in the left column for the Advisory Committee. 

 

For additional information please email the Douglas County Veterans Service Office at ans@co.douglas.or.us">veterans@co.douglas.or.us or call (541) 440-4219.  The meeting agenda can be found at www.co.douglas.or.us.

*Douglas County attempts to provide public accessibility to its services, programs and activities.

If accommodation is needed to participate in this meeting, please contact (541) 440-4219 prior

to the scheduled meeting time.

 

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Contact Mary Newman-Keyes, Veterans Service Officer, Douglas County Veterans Service Office

(541) 440-4219 - veterans@co.douglas.or.us

 

About Douglas County

Douglas County Government employs approximately 800 full- and part-time employees in a wide variety of jobs. The Board of Commissioners, consisting of three full-time members, is the county’s governing body. They provide a direct link between the citizens of Douglas County and their county government. The Board of Commissioners is responsible for: approving ordinances (county laws); adopting the county budget; setting standards for the use of county property; appointing non-elected officials to boards, commissions, and committees; and oversees all operations of the county.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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