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Marion County judges start teleconferencing for weekly meeting

Michael W. Hoskins
January 1, 2007
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Hearing what happens at the Marion Superior Court Executive Committee meeting no longer means you have to attend the weekly gathering Friday mornings.

Starting tomorrow, all you need is a telephone.

The court will begin using a teleconferencing system for the 8 a.m. meeting, giving up to 30 people the option of listening and participating by phone rather than attending - which is still a choice.

Topics on the Friday agenda for the four-person committee include building authority construction projects involving court build outs, a software agreement, a monitoring agreement for juvenile probation, E-citation traffic tickets and the JUSTIS.net launch, E-protective orders, funding applications, and a justice benefits agreement.

Those interested in participating can call (317) 327-0300; or attend the meeting in the 1221 conference room at the City-County Building, 200 E. Washington St., Indianapolis.
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