NEW MEXICO (KRQE) – La Plata County will try out a four-day work week. Starting Sept. 12, the county clerk and recorder’s office will be only on Monday through Thursday as the county launches a new pilot program. That schedule will run through the end of the year.
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The county will then review the program to see if it wants to adopt a four-day work week permanently starting in 2023. La Plata officials say several other counties and school districts in Colorado are already on a four-day work week.