Harrison Council asks public to stay away from Monday’s meeting

Village will not allow further bookings of Memorial Hall until further notice

The Village of Harrison Hot Springs announced Monday afternoon that the Village Council meeting will proceed as scheduled but has asked the general public not to attend due to ongoing concerns of COVID-19 or the coronavirus.

Future meetings may also be cancelled, and village officials ask residents to watch their social media and their website for further updates.

“This measure is to ensure the health and safety of its citizens,” the statement said. “Thank you for your cooperation.”

Furthermore the Village of Harrison Hot Springs will not be accepting further requests for booking Memorial Hall until further notice.

“The Village of Harrison Hot Springs has taken steps to help minimize the risk of transmission of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and has closed its rental facilities to all user groups,” Village officials said. “Notices to the affected parties have been given and further updates will be released as necessary. This measure is to help protect the health and safety of the public. We thank you for your cooperation.”

More to come.



adam.louis@ahobserver.com

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