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Maintaining the health and safety of the community is a priority. With that in mind, Town Council and the Town Manager officially declared a disaster Tuesday amid the COVID-19 outbreak. A resolution approving special procedures for meetings during declared disasters, a special motion to light The Star during the pandemic and a resolution approving the watering schedules for the 2020 irrigation season were also topics on Town Council’s March 17 meeting agenda.
Here’s a more in-depth look at those agenda items:
Also on the agenda, the Plum Creek Convenience Site Development Plan was continued to April 21. Town Council also presented a proclamation recognizing Development Services Director Bill Detweiler. After nearly 14 years of service with the Town, Detweiler has announced his retirement. Assistant Director Tara Vargish will be named interim director.
The next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 7. Information on how the public can participate will be shared on the Town’s website and social media channels.
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