Doña Ana County

RURAL OUTREACH ASSISTANCE PROGRAM HEADS TO BUTTERFIELD

RURAL OUTREACH ASSISTANCE PROGRAM HEADS TO BUTTERFIELD

 

The Doña Ana County Community and Constituent Services (CCS) Office has scheduled a Mobile Constituent Services Hour Clinic in Butterfield to help residents who need assistance from local, state and federal government agencies.

            The Butterfield Mobile Constituent Services Outreach Clinic will be held from 6-7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 12, at the Butterfield Community Resource Center, 9350 Berry Patch Lane.

            District 4 Doña Ana County Commissioner Isabella Solis and local congressional staff have been invited to attend.

            “The purpose of the Mobile Constituent Services Hour is to make the county more accessible to constituents, especially those who reside in rural areas,” CCS Manager Liz Reed said. “This is another great opportunity for constituents to have face-to-face conversations with county staff about their concerns without traveling to Las Cruces.”

            During the one-hour program, constituents can share their concerns with CCS staff, who will bring the issues back to the Doña Ana County Government Center for further investigation. If the concerns raised do not fall in the county’s jurisdiction, constituents will be referred accordingly to external resources. Sixteen communities throughout the county have been visited since CCS started the Mobile Constituent Services Hour Clinics in 2016.

            For more information about the Mobile Constituent Services Outreach Clinics, contact the Doña Ana County Community and Constituent Services Office at (575) 525-5959.

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Reporters seeking more information or interviews may call county Public Information Director Jess Williams at (575) 525-5801.

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