Albany County is looking to increase attendance at commissioner's meetings and they want input from the public on how to adjust the schedule.

The county is conducting a survey until the end of this week where the public can voice their opinion on county commissioner meeting dates and times. The survey is comprised of 8 questions wanting to know how the current meeting times and dates affect people and businesses, and what changes might work better.

Currently, the Albany County Commissioners hold public meetings on the first and third Tuesday of every month at 9:30 a.m. in Laramie.

County representatives say they intend to compile the results of the survey at weeks end so it can be discussed at the next meeting and that changes likely will not be implemented until after February.

The survey can be found on the Albany County website homepage under "announcements."