Wiles said the city is stressing that this is a "virtual meeting," so residents can visit the city's website to watch the meetings live or when they are archived.
Members of the Marietta Fire Department's Emergency Preparedness team will be on hand to make sure the city is following CDC guidelines, Wiles said. Any citizen who wants to provide input on what's discussed can email email@example.com or contact their individual council member.
The city of Marietta has remained opened amid the coronavirus pandemic, but has taken some steps to cut down on the spread of the disease.
Dispensers filled with hand sanitizers have been installed in city-owned buildings. The city will also clean and sanitize police cars, fire trucks, prisoner transport vans and other equipment and vehicles used in the field that could come in contact with people. Buildings and other public gathering spots will also be cleaned and sanitized, the city said.
However, it has closed the Custer Park Sports & Fitness Center, Hugh L. Grogan, Jr. Community Center, Marietta Fire Museum, Marietta Museum of History and the Marietta Gone With the Wind Museum.
Events postponed include the March 28 Marietta Square Farmers Market, the April 24 Glover Park concert, the April 26 Taste of Marietta and the May 9 M2R (Mountain to River) Trailfest.
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