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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How do I submit my question for the virtual town hall meeting?

A: Starting Tuesday, May 22, questions can be submitted through the website at: http://cms.leoncountyfl.gov/townhall/all.asp.

Q:  How many questions will be answered during the Virtual Town Hall Meeting?

A:  The moderator will be in charge of moving the discussion along to ensure that as many questions as possible can be addressed. Responses not provided during the meeting, due to time limitations or the need for research, will be posted online at the County’s website. It is anticipated that responses will be posted online by Wednesday, June 20 – 10 business days after the virtual town hall meeting.

Q:   What is the main topic of the Virtual Town Hall Meeting?

A:  The focus of the meeting will be on the public’s questions and responses to those questions. Presentations on current topics will be interspersed, as time permits, between the questions and responses.

Proposed topics of interest for presentations include redistricting State of Florida Congressional and House districts and 2011 changes to the Florida election code that may impact those who want to vote in Leon County in 2012.
Updates on the Leon County Sales Tax Committee, Public Safety Complex, Fiscal Year 2013 Budget, Lake Jackson Branch Library and Sense of Place Initiative and the Design Studio may also be provided during the meeting, if time permits.

Q:   What if I don’t have Internet access?

A:  Those who do not have access to the Internet can take advantage of the computers available throughout the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library System including the Main Library downtown and all six branches http://cms.leoncountyfl.gov/Library/Locations-and-Hours.  The Main Library and the six branches will be open until 8 p.m.

Q:   Why is this virtual town hall Meeting being scheduled?

A:  The virtual town hall meeting is just one of the many events that aligns with the board’s strategic initiative of implementing strategies to further engage citizens.

Q:   Can I submit my questions before June 5 if I am unable to attend the virtual town hall meeting?

A:   Yes. This website is available to submit questions up through June 5.