Logan County holds first meeting for 2020 Census

Committee includes one representative from each municipality

By Miranda Holman
Paris Express

The 2020 Census is still several months down the road, but Logan County officials are attempting to make sure everyone knows about the financial impact a proper census can have on the County. In that effort, officials held a meeting last week for leaders in the County to help form a committee and get a jump start on the process.

The meeting included mayors from most towns and communities in the area, including a representative from a local volunteer fire department, in which Logan County Judge Gack hopes will enable more efficiency when spreading the word about the upcoming 2020 Census.

“This meeting was to inform the importance of getting an accurate count for the 2020 Census,” said U.S. Department of Commerce Partnership Specialist Sherry Brown. READ MORE.

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