You can visit the county's website for the SPLOST 2020 renewal to get those dates and times.
Cobb Commission Chair Mike Boyce, who made the decision to cancel the open houses, said the choice was “based on concerns of residents and the desire to help staff focus primarily on protecting our community by handling other issues as they develop.”
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County Commissioner Bob Ott has also cancelled two upcoming town hall meetings for District 2 constituents: March 17 at Chestnut Ridge Christian Church and April 21 at East Cobb Library.
Cobb County has taken additional measures to curtail the spread of the virus, including deep cleaning senior centers each weekend, issuing travel guidelines for its employees and creating a task force to manage the situation.
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The cancellations come on the heels of the county announcing Tuesday that it would close West Cobb Library for deep cleaning after learning an employee was possibly exposed to the virus. The county has not said when the library will reopen to the public.
The employee has not been diagnosed, but “the worker was sent home and a cleaning company has been contracted to work on the facility,” the county said Tuesday.
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