Monroe extends emergency order for 4th time pending a more permanent ordinance

Monroe Mayor John Howard extended his State of Emergency restricting the size of gatherings for another 72 hours for the fourth time Monday evening pending the April City Council work session where it is expected to be implemented for a longer period per an ordinance, according to City Administrator Logan Propes. This emergency order was implemented in an attempt to cut down on the large crowds gathering in the streets for block parties in violation of social distancing ordinances implemented to help slow the spread of COVID-19. At this time, Walton County has a total of 23 cases of COVID-19 and two deaths reported. Georgia reported 75 deaths of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours.

The ordinance is on the agenda for Tuesday night’s Monroe Called Council Meeting which will begin, again via zoom, at 6 p.m. The full agenda follows.

I.       CALL TO ORDER – JOHN HOWARD

1.      Roll Call

2.      City Administrator Update

3.      Central Services Update

II.    COMMITTEE INFORMATION

1.      Finance

a.      Monthly Finance Report

2.      Airport

a.      Monthly Airport Report

3.      Public Works

a.      Monthly Solid Waste Report

b.      Monthly Streets & Transportation Report

4.      Utilities

a.      Monthly Electric & Telecom Report

b.      Monthly Water, Sewer, Gas, & Stormwater Report

5.      Public Safety

a.      Monthly Fire Report

b.      Monthly Police Report

6.      Planning & Code

a.      Monthly Code Report

7.      Economic Development

a.      Monthly Economic Development Report

8.      Parks

a.      Monthly Parks Report

III. ITEMS OF DISCUSSION

1.      Madison Davis Subdivision Phase 3 Final Plat

IV. ITEMS REQUIRING ACTION

1.      Ordinance to Impose a Prohibition of Gatherings of More than Ten (10) People

Details to join the Zoom meeting::

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/865462793

Meeting ID: 865 462 793

Dial in – Audio Only:

646-558-8656

312-626-6799

 

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