Magnolia Springs discusses restarting committee meetings, town business

By Jessica Vaughn
Posted 6/2/20

MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - The Town of Magnolia Springs has begun the reopening process, taking safety precautions into consideration as it moves forward.

The Magnolia Springs Public Library is reopening …

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Magnolia Springs discusses restarting committee meetings, town business

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MAGNOLIA SPRINGS - The Town of Magnolia Springs has begun the reopening process, taking safety precautions into consideration as it moves forward.

The Magnolia Springs Public Library is reopening with regular hours, but a limited number of patrons are allowed inside at a time. Masks are required at all times within the library.

Within Town Hall, a sneeze guard has been installed in front of the clerk’s window, and entering Town Hall requires an appointment. Appointments can be set up via phone or email. An outside drop box has also been installed for payments and documents. Anyone entering Town Hall is required to wear a mask at this time. A complete reopening of Town Hall will be decided at a later date.

While some committees have begun meeting again, including the Planning Commission, others will resume come July.

At this time, the Community Association is still planning to go forward with the Annual Fourth of July Parade.

Other business discussed by the council includes: