Public input sought for shortened workweek |

Public input sought for shortened workweek

The Grand County Clerk and Recorder’s office has posted a survey on the County website seeking public opinion regarding possible changes to the customer service hours of the Administration Building in Hot Sulphur Springs.

The survey’s purpose is to gather public input prior to a public meeting that will be held on December 20.

The total amount of hours for the Administration Building will remain unchanged regardless of results. The potential change would result in either extended hours four days per week or retaining the current hours of five days per week. A four day week would have hours of Monday-Thursday 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. The current hours are Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

The survey follows much discussion between the Grand County BOCC (Board of County Commissioners) and the Clerk and Recorder’s office, which operates departments such as the Department of Motor Vehicles and driver’s license services.

The Clerk’s office conducted a paper survey from July 28-November 10 that was available at the Administration Building. Results from the survey were presented to the BOCC on November 15. The results of the survey showed that a majority of the voters supported a shortened workweek in some form.

The online survey can be found at

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