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City Connection - Mayor and Becky Jo Glover from city Office of Customer Service discuss 311, city website, outreach efforts

This month, Mayor Bliss is joined by Becky Jo Glover from the Office of Customer Service and Innovation at the city. She’ll be discussing the cities’ 311 service, the city website, and other upcoming projects to help citizens better connect with their city government.

City Connection: 311 Grand Rapids

Today we welcome into the studio Becky Jo Glover from the Office of Customer Service and Innovation for the The City of Grand Rapids. We'll learn about efforts to help citizens better connect with city government, including the 311 system and the city's website. With Mayor Rosalynn Bliss and host Linda Gellasch. The Grand Rapids Community Media Center and The Rapidian present: the June 2019 edition of City Connection live from the GRTV Studio.

Posted by The Rapidian on Monday, June 3, 2019

Every month, Mayor Bliss or a representative from the city will be open to all questions sent in during or in anticipation of her live on-air show "City Connection." The mayor will respond to citizen questions submitted by calling in, emailingtweeting or just posting a question in the comments section at the bottom of the article page. This month, Mayor Bliss is joined by Becky Jo Glover from the Office of Customer Service and Innovation at the city.  She’ll be discussing the cities’ 311 service, the city website, and other upcoming projects to help citizens better connect with their city government.

For over 18 years, the mayors of Grand Rapids have hosted City Connection, a monthly, live call-in show on GRTV’s Livewire, Comcast channel 24. Mayor John Logie started the program in 1992 as a way to share mayoral perspective with Grand Rapidians and to bring a little more transparency to local government. City Connection is an opportunity to interact directly with one of our city’s top elected officials.

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