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SOURCE: News release from the Martin Administration
Update as of August 10, 2020:
STATEMENT FROM MAYOR MARTIN: On July 30th, I chose to take a proactive approach and restricted public access to the city building due to an increase in COVID-19 cases. This coming Wednesday, August 13th, the Logansport City Building will re-open to the public with the requirement of masks to be worn wherever social distancing is not possible. We appreciate the patience of our community during these challenging times.”
Statement from Mayor Martin on the closure of Logansport city offices:
Franklin D. Roosevelt once said, “Democracy cannot succeed unless those who express their choice are prepared to choose wisely. The real safeguard of democracy, therefore, is education.”
As public officials, it is our duty to protect all citizens of our community, not just a political party or a specific group of people. As we continue to experience the effects of COVID-19, we are looking to our local and state professionals for guidance on what’s next.
What’s next for the City of Logansport is the closing of city offices beginning Thursday, July 30th until further notice.With the uptick of COVID-19 cases in Cass County, we will continue coordinating with government officials as well as medical professionals from state and county government on how to proceed.
City departments have been instructed to continue working their normal schedules until notified otherwise and we are continuing to coordinate with the governor’s office on whether or not we are going to see a regression of the “Indiana Back on Track” plan.
For any questions regarding Logansport Municipal Utilities (LMU) please contact their office at (574) 753-6231.