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Published 5/7/2020
2:52pm
Updated 5/10/2020
1:35pm

After Mayor Huguelet Announces Plans to Reopen City Hall, Council Votes to Keep It Closed

Council Unanimously Votes to Keep Perry City Hall Closed Until Further Notice

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At the May 7th 2020 regular Perry city council meeting, a motion was made to keep City Hall closed until council re-assesses and decides to open, at the next council meeting. 

The motion followed an Administrative Order by Mayor James Huguelet announcing the reopening of City Hall beginning Monday May 11th.  It was a unanimous decision by council members.  The next regular Perry city council meeting will be May 21st 2020 at 7pm.

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Mayor Huguelet's order, which was posted to the City's Facebook page but later deleted, stated "It is past time that government leadership treat the people of Michigan and of Perry like the responsible, thoughtful adults they are," advising "for the safety and wellbeing of our city staff and citizens coming to Perry City Hall for service we will require the practice of good social hygiene," announcing the requirement of six-foot social distancing, face masks and no one other than city staff behind the front counter.  The order authorized City Department Heads to turn away anyone that refuses to comply.

Perry City Hall will remain closed to the public until futher notice.

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