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An update from Mayor Clark regarding the Covid-19 pandemic and our community.
To: The Residents of the City of Cameron
In order to help keep schools open and the local economy operating, it is very important to minimize the spread of Covid-19 in our community. The Covid-19 pandemic is still in full swing with confirmed cases increasing in our 4-county area (see chart below). It is important, therefore, that we stay the course and not become lax with the Health Department’s guidelines. The initial lockdown helped to flatten the curve so that hospitals did not become overrun with patients. We must continue to be diligent to protect ourselves, our families and our community when social distancing is not possible. To that end, I would ask and strongly encourage everyone to follow the Clinton County Health Department Director’s guidance:
-Mask in public - Wash your hands frequently-Social Distance-at all times - Stay home if you are sick-Avoid large group gatherings - Minimize viral load
On another note, the curbside recycling program started up again on Monday, July 20th following the same schedule as before, the normal trash day. The service is being temporarily provided by R&W Container.
As always, please contact us at City Hall if you have any questions or concerns (816) 632-2177.
Dennis M. Clark, Mayor