LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The command staff of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office plans open meetings with community members in several Livingston County towns.
According to a press release from Sheriff Thomas Dougherty, the first such meeting will be in Livonia on Thursday, Feb. 16 at 7 p.m.
“Through my travels around the county I constantly have my ear to the ground and I am always taking suggestions on initiatives or needs which become some of our best work,” said Sheriff Dougherty. “These forums will further increase communication between the LCSO and people we serve and are a great way for residents to voice suggestions, concerns or needs so we can best serve them.”
Dougherty says that the goal is for the community to have a meet and greet with Command Staff to increase accessibility and approachability and to have open dialogue on topics that matter the most to residents.
“This meeting will be most beneficial to the residents of Avon, Lima, Conesus and Livonia but all residents are welcome,” said Dougherty. “If your town is not listed, there will be notice of a future date given in the weeks to come.”