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Posted on: April 3, 2020

[ARCHIVED] City public meetings altered to maintain social distancing

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In an effort to maintain the COVID-19 social-distancing requirements, all City public meetings will, for the foreseeable future, be conducted through a remote, online service.

This will begin with the Board of Aldermen meeting on Monday, April 6. 

During each meeting, City elected officials and staff will meet during the regularly scheduled time, via video conference. Residents will be able to attend the meetings via phone, with a number and access code that will be provided on each meeting’s agenda

The recorded meeting will be published on the City’s YouTube channel within 48 hours of the meeting’s end.

The current rules for public participation and conduct will continue to be enforced at each meeting.

The meeting schedule will continue to be posted on the City’s website calendar, including any cancellations.

Anyone with questions about a City public meeting, is asked to call City Clerk Randall Jones (816) 380-8916.

The City is working across all departments and with the professionals at the Cass County Health Department to prevent potential spread and ensure proper measures and precautions are in place. As of May 4, there are 27 known cases of COVID-19 in Harrisonville, and 64 cases have been reported in Cass County. Tragically, six people have died, as a result of COVID-19. Click here to view the Cass County Health Department’s community-case numbers.

The City of Harrisonville is taking steps to support the Cass County Health Department’s state of local disaster emergency declaration regarding COVID-19. The CCHD is the county’s public health expert and authority, and the City of Harrisonville will fully support their efforts to keep the community safe.

Click here for to see other steps the City has taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Click here for tips and information about how you can prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community.

Click here for a running list of COVID-19 updates from the Cass County Health Department.

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