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Mayor Establishes Hot Line

Following through on a commitment to be readily accessible to all citizens, Coeur d’Alene Mayor Steve Widmyer has established a direct telephone line for callers to leave a comment, idea or concern. “I value input from the public on all city matters,” Widmyer said. “I believe access to my office should be as straightforward and simple as possible.”To leave a message 24/7 with the mayor, call 769-2220, extension 503. The mayor will check messages frequently. “I maintain an open-door policy at City Hall and that philosophy extends to the entire community,” Widmyer said. Citizens may also leave a message for the city after hours by calling 769-2300/Coeur d'Alene Today. More here.

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