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COV-19

Trustees Consider Requiring Masks On Main – Always

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Trustees Consider

Requiring Masks

On Main – Always

Special Meeting Deals With

Multiple COVID-19 Issues

Village Trustee Richard Sternberg is in the middle of Zoom screen.     Others, clockwise from upper left, Mayor Ellen Tillapaugh Kuch, Trustee Jeanne Dewey, Village Administrator Teri Barown, and Trustees Jim Dean, Joe Membrino, MacGuire Benton and Cindy Falk.  (From Zoom broadcast)

By JIM KEVLIN • Special to www.AllOTSEGO.com

COOPERSTOWN – At a special meeting that ended just few minutes ago, the Village Board directed Trustee Richard Sternberg to confer with the village attorney on a law requiring people to wear masks at all times in the Main Street area.

The law would be effective on Main between Chestnut and Fair streets, and on Pioneer between Church and Lake.

A public hearing would be required before board action.

In related issue, the trustees:

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