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Sullivan City Hall employees work remotely after positive COVID-19 case

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Sullivan City Hall employees will work remotely this week as a result
of a positive COVID-19 case within the City's administration. City
Hall will continue to remain closed to the public for the safety of
everyone.

"Although we are working remotely, city government can't and won't
shut down. After consulting with health experts, we have made this
decision to protect our employees and the entire Sullivan community,"
states Mayor Clint Lamb.

Citizens are encouraged to continue paying bills online or through the
City Hall drop box. Citizens are also welcomed to pay bills over the
phone by calling City Hall at (812) 268-6077. Although office calls
will not be answered, city employees will be checking voice messages
regularly and returning calls in the order they are received.

"Throughout COVID-19, City Hall has taken all precautions necessary
and limited public access," Lamb added. "This is simply an example
that even with precautions, this virus can and will affect us or
someone in our lives. I encourage us all to continue taking all health
and safety measures. Together, we will overcome this."

Sullivan residents are encouraged to have patience this week as City
Hall navigates this change. More updates and hours of operation will
be announced later in the week.


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