Va. County Uses Phones To Bring Meetings Home One county in Virginia has found a new way to reach taxpayers: An automated phone system calls thousands of residents and asks them to participate in school board meetings. It has proven successful.

Va. County Uses Phones To Bring Meetings Home

Va. County Uses Phones To Bring Meetings Home

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One county in Virginia has found a new way to reach taxpayers: an automated phone system calls thousands of residents and asks them to participate in school board meetings.

It has proven successful.

Sandy Hausman reports for member station WVTF.