April 9, 2020 Update from the Town Council Mayor

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(1) The Bluff Food Pantry for tomorrow, Friday, April 10, 2020 is CANCELLED to reinforce “flatten the curve and follow CDC guidelines.” While you may see a small number of volunteers at the Bluff Community Center and in the parking lot, there will be no distribution of food until further notice.

(2) From Congressman John Curtis:

Please join me for a Telephone Town Hall on Thursday, April 9 from 6:00 – 7:00 pm by dialing 855-962-1075. ☎️You will be automatically placed into a toll-free conference to listen in with your neighbors and have an opportunity to ask me a question.

I will be sharing updates on the coronavirus and the work I’m doing in Congress to keep you and your family healthy and safe. Howard Headlee, President of the Utah Bankers Association and Dr. Eddie Stenehjem, Infectious Diseases physician and Intermountain Healthcare’s Medical Director of Antimicrobial Stewardship will also be on the call to help answer questions and provide additional information.

(3) K&C will close at 7 pm on Friday and reopen on Monday at 10 am (closed Saturday and Sunday) to support the Navajo tribal curfew. I know that the town and surrounding community appreciate that the K&C has continued to remain open during the pandemic.

(4) Fibertel Communications will be in town to work on the fiber optic beginning next week. The orange flags along the right-of-way mark existing communications for the company’s blue staking.

Thank you for doing your part to flatten the curve of COVID-19.

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