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Several GT County Buildings To Close Starting Monday

By Beth Milligan | Nov. 14, 2020

Several Grand Traverse County buildings will close starting Monday after some county employees have been diagnosed with COVID-19 and others are quarantining.

Effective Monday and continuing through November 30, the Governmental Center, Public Services Building, and Commission on Aging will be closed to unscheduled public access. County-provided services will continue to be provided by phone, online, and scheduled appointments. According to a county release, residents can check the county’s website and look for the specific department from which they need assistance for details on how to access services.

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