Richmond meetings to return to virtual, city hall closed to walk-in – Richmond Register
RICHMOND– Due to climbing COVID-19 situations in Madison Region and throughout Kentucky, the city of Richmond has actually picked to close City Hall to walk-in traffic up until additional notification, beginning Thursday, September 9, 2021, according to a news release sent that day.City Supervisor Rob Minerich told The Register the security of residents as well as city staff members is vital.”As Madison Area remains to have record numbers with the latest delta variant surge we have chosen to restrict conferences inside developing to minimize direct exposure,”he claimed.”Our initial top priority is the safety and security of our workers as well as residents. “Any person requiring to carry out organization at Town hall can arrange a consultation at 859-623-1000 for general business, or 859-625-6404 for business related to the Codes Enforcement and Planning & Zoning Departments.For anyone wishing to make a settlement, a protected decrease box is located before Municipal government, to the left of the
entry, on the Third Street side of the building. This decline box is cleared every early morning, Monday-Friday. In addition, until further notification, all Board meetings will be held practically, using Zoom, beginning with the Tuesday, September 14th Board of Commissioners Fulfilling, arranged for 6:00 p.m. These meetings will certainly be live streamed to the City’s Facebook Page( City of Richmond, KY– Area Information) for public viewing.The launched states the city will certainly continue to keep an eye on the circumstance and also will certainly update the public with any kind of brand-new info as it becomes available.Despite these closures, as of Tuesday, the very first annual Millstone Celebration to be kept in October is set to take place. The outside occasion was canceled in 2015– set to be the first annual occasion– due to COVID-19 concerns.However, this can be conditional adhering to a festival board meeting arranged to happen on Friday, Sept. 10. To learn more, visit the city’s Facebook page or internet site.