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Posted on: September 15, 2020

Mask Resolution Passed by Mayor & Council

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A resolution has been passed by Mayor and Council requiring the use of masks or face coverings in property owned or leased by the city during COVID-19. 

"NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that for the protection of members of the public and other City employees, including members of Vulnerable Populations and members of Other Populations at Risk, City employees are required to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth, which face coverings are cloth face coverings as defined by the CDC or are face coverings designed to protect others from infection by the wearer, when in public areas of City buildings and when participating in physical meetings with other individuals within non-public areas of City buildings. 

"BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that . . . all City Buildings, including City Hall shall be closed to the general public, unless an individuals’ presence is necessary for municipal court hearings or for voting in municipal elections; provided further, that members of the public shall be permitted to enter into City Buildings, including City Hall by appointment, when conducting City business that must be done in person.

"BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that . . . members of the public are required to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth, which face coverings are cloth face coverings as defined by the CDC or are face coverings designed to protect others from infection by the wearer, when entering and while inside City buildings except as expressly stated in a separate policy, order or law, if any, that applies to certain uses of portions of City buildings, such as courtrooms and polling locations." 

The full resolution can be found at this link: Face Mask in City Buildings Resolution 9.08.2020

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