UPDATE: 9:15 AM Members of the commission Unanimously voted in favor of a phased reopening plan. It begins limited access to county buildings and services like tags, probate court, the animal shelter, and more. The plan starts Monday. Today’s vote is not related to beaches just county services.
The changes will focus on limiting the number of people in a building, getting people in and out quickly, and limiting person-to-person contact. County commissioners describe this as a very small, incremental step moving forward. They still implore people to maintain social distance to limit the spread of illness.
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. (WKRG) — Baldwin County Commissioners gather for a special meeting Tuesday morning to vote on a reopening plan. There are a lot of big items on the agenda this morning for this special called meeting.
It starts at 8:30 Tuesday morning at the county annex in Robertsdale. According to the agenda, there are three items up for consideration. The first is a possible vote on a Baldwin County “phased reopening plan.” They will also talk about creating a workgroup called “Moving Baldwin County Forward.” This is described as a “one-stop information and resource model” on the pandemic and its economic impact on the county. The third item is wide open. It includes any other action items related to the pandemic.
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