MUNROE FALLS — City Hall will reopen June 3 by appointment only, according to Mayor James Armstrong.
Members of the public with appointments who come to City Hall will be required to wear a mask and city staff will be wearing masks. General appointments will be scheduled on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday on an as-needed basis for "matters that cannot be easily addressed in any other manner," stated Armstrong in a memo issued Thursday.
The Mayor’s Court will open on June 4. To adhere to distancing requirements, the Mayor’s Court will operate from the police lobby and office. The plan is to allow one case into the lobby at a time based on a first-come list that will be set up on the day that court is in session.
"All people having matters before the Mayor’s Court will be required to stay in their vehicle until their case is called and to wear a mask in the building," wrote Armstrong. "The staff of the Mayor’s Court shall also wear a mask."
Armstrong added that city staff will continue monitoring health and safety issues connected with COVID-19, and noted he hopes to "gradually remove" the restrictions as more is learned about coronavirus and health officials’ recommendations.