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Posted on January 12, 2021 at 2:04 PM by Britt Nielsen
2020 was a challenge. The year started with big plans to expand upon Linn County’s customer experience through the development of new communication products and services, but the start and continuation of the COVID-19 pandemic and August 10 derecho halted many of those plans and forced us to pivot. While new products and services, many focused on online accessibility, were created they were not those originally planned.
With 2020 in hindsight, it’s a new year and Linn County would like to re-introduce our blog The Linn County Connection. This blog will be a source for timely and accessible information about County programs and services and the work we do in the community.
If there are topics you’d like to see covered in our blog posts, we encourage you to submit your ideas to our Communications staff at Communications@linncounty.org.
In addition to this blog, Linn County offers a variety of ways for the public to stay informed about programs, services, and events within County government, including:
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