Kutz statement on township precautions for Coronavirus
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
March 13, 2020
Lower Allen Commissioner Kutz statement on township precautions for Coronavirus
LOWER ALLEN, PA— The Commissioners of Lower Allen Township announced today that they have elected to close the Municipal Services Center and Public Works office for two weeks, beginning Monday March 16th.
Lower Allen Township Commissioner Thomas Kutz issued the following statement regarding the township’s precautions to prevent the spread of Coronavirus:
“As a township, we must do our part to protect our community from the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). As such, I join my fellow Commissioners in supporting the closure of township offices to the public for two weeks and the cancellation of non-essential public meetings for the next 30 days. The health and safety of our residents, staff, and first responders is my first priority, and I will continue to monitor the situation as we evaluate other potential precautions.
“We all must remain calm but vigilant, and I highly recommend that all residents implement the recommendations published by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“As always, I will work to ensure transparency and the constant flow of communication and information to our residents as we work together to contain this pandemic. I encourage residents to reach out to either myself or our township staff with any questions.”
For more information about Lower Allen Township’s response to Coronavirus, please visit latwp.org. Visit health.pa.gov and cdc.gov for state and federal guidance and information about COVID-19.
Thomas Kutz is serving his first term as Lower Allen Township Commissioner. For more information about Thomas Kutz, please visit thomaskutz.com.
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