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IN-PERSON TRAFFIC SUSPENDED AT TOWN HALL UNTIL APRIL 13TH

NEWS RELEASE

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 March 23, 2020                                                                   


SUBJECT:
IN-PERSON TRAFFIC SUSPENDED AT TOWN HALL UNTIL APRIL 13TH

 

(Youngsville, North Carolina) — In reaction to several reported cases of COVID-19 in Franklin County, town officials announced today that in-person traffic at town hall will be suspended from 8:30am on Tuesday, March 24th until 8:30am on Monday, April 13th. As the suspension only applies to in-person traffic, customers may still receive service during normal business hours by calling town hall at 919-925-3401 or by e-mailing customerservice@townofyoungsville.org.

 

In a statement provided for this release Town Administrator Phil Cordeiro commented, “We sincerely apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. However, the safety, health, and well-being of all town employees and residents is our paramount concern at this time.” He went on to add, “And, as a reminder, in case of emergency residents should always dial 911.”

 

In reaction to these preventative measures Mayor Fonzie Flowers commented, “The most important thing I’d like to stress is that – while we’re suspending in-person traffic – we will still be open for business as usual. If you need help with your trash service, taxes, etc., please e-mail or call the town and a member of our dedicated team will respond in a timely manner.”