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Local government is also reopening

By 
Sam Klomhaus — Enterprise Staff Writer
Friday, May 1, 2020
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Guidelines are in place for the City/County Complex to reopen on Monday.

足球滚球比分The City/County Complex is scheduled to reopen Monday with a lot of restrictions, Park County Commissioner Steve Caldwell said Friday. 

Caldwell said the Park County Health Department has developed guidelines for reopening the building.

足球滚球比分According to the guidelines, people entering the complex will be required to disinfect their hands and wear a fabric face mask. Employees must wear face masks when social distancing is not possible.

Members of the public will be able to enter the building only through the back entrance off of E Street.

The guidelines state that each department should have a plan for maintaining social distancing, disinfecting, monitoring employees for sickness and recording potential contacts with positive cases.

The guidelines encourage working from home, telecommuting, online meetings, limiting inter-department mixing, and conducting as much business as possible online or over the phone.

When the complex opens, city offices will all be open, Livingston City Manager Michael Kardoes said Friday, including his office and the city attorney’s office.

足球滚球比分Kardoes said the city has put up some precautionary plexiglass, and the layout of the offices easily allows for social distancing.

足球滚球比分The only city building that remains closed is the Livingston Civic Center, but Kardoes said the city is looking to options for scheduling time there.

“Open gym is probably a ways off,” he said.

足球滚球比分Meetings of 10 or more people are still prohibited under Gov. Bullock’s reopening plan, and also in the Health Department’s plan for the City/County Complex. The Livingston City Commission’s May 5 meeting will be held via Zoom.

Caldwell some county offices may enact more stringent controls than the Health Department guidelines, but he won’t know which departments might do that until this afternoon. 

足球滚球比分Montana has reported 453 total cases of the coronavirus with eight in Park County, one of which is active. There were no new cases reported in the state Friday.

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