MADORE VIDEO: A look at the county’s Public Information Officer program

By Lou Brancaccio, Columbian Editor

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Visit columbian.com weekdays for more snippets of the interview with David Madore.

Wednesday: Madore on Leavitt's expected re-election announcement

Thursday: Madore on his first 40 days in office

Friday: C-Tran compensation and public vs. private compensation

Monday: A look at the county's Public Information Officer program

Tuesday: Ways to save money

Wednesday: The personal assistant

County Commissioner David Madore talks about Clark County's public information officer program with Columbian Editor Lou Brancaccio.

Visit columbian.com weekdays for more snippets of the interview with David Madore.

Wednesday: Madore on Leavitt’s expected re-election announcement

Thursday: Madore on his first 40 days in office

Friday: C-Tran compensation and public vs. private compensation

Monday: A look at the county’s Public Information Officer program

Tuesday: Ways to save money

Wednesday: The personal assistant

In part four of a wide ranging video interview with newly elected Clark County Commissioner David Madore, he speaks about the number of public information officers the county employs.

He says each commissioner has a certain interest in particular areas and the public information officers — including what they are paid — is something that Commissioner Tom Mielke has an interest in. Watch the accompanying video for more information.

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