The City extended the Local State of Emergency by Executive Order for 7 days and canceled activities through May 7 including Family Fest on May 3. The City also issued Executive Order 2020-02 to allow communications media technology for public meetings. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Pursuant to state and local executive orders, the City Commission meeting will be held in virtual format to protect the health, safety and welfare of our residents. Read the article on altamonte.org READ MORE.
AT NOON: Join us today to ask Emergency Manager Alan Harris your questions about Seminole County’s COVID-19 response in real time. Watch at from 12:00-12:30 p.m. and type your questions into the comments field. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Our meal distribution locations continue to expand as we serve our community during the school closure. We are now serving meals at more than 20 locations around the District. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
CALL CENTER: Our Citizen’s Information Hotline has fielded almost 3,000 calls since the call center opened on March 13th. As residents and businesses call with questions, these are the employees who provide information, lessen confusion and help in every way they can. Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
Enjoy #HarryPotterAtHome! The #ebook and #audiobook of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone (US) is available for unlimited access through our @OverDriveLibs digital collection in the month of April. Download Libby to unlock the magic. #seminolecountyfl #libraries Read the article on twitter.com READ MORE.
In response to the coronavirus crisis, Arthur’s Catering and Events cooked up a new idea in order to save its business: a meal delivery service, charging $55 to $75 for meals meant for four to six people. Story by Julie Gargotta. #OneFlorida Arthur’s Catering has launched a meal delivery service. (Feed generated with FetchRSS) Read READ MORE.