There are lots of questions surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak and Mayor Ken Lee knows the answer to one of the most important ones.
Effective Friday, as a precautionary measure and to limit the possibility of COVID-19 exposure from person-to-person contact, City of Rincon offices will be closed to the public.
During a special called meeting Monday night, the council discussed potential actions in response to concerns about the respiratory illness. It was joined by city department heads.
In a special called meeting Monday night, the Rincon City Council created a plan of action against COVID-19.
Rincon City Council business has been infected with a great deal of uncertainly.
The Rincon City Council has called a special meeting at 6 p.m. for the discussion of potential action in regards to procedures in response to public health concerns in the wake of Covid-19.
During a 7 p.m. meeting today, the Rincon City Council will consider a motion to set the qualifying period for a special election to fill the council seat vacated recently by Kevin Exley.
Citing work issues, Kevin Exley resigned his post on the Rincon City Council on Monday.