04.28.2020 Message from Mayor Brad Simmons

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Mint Hill Residents,

As you know Governor Cooper extended the Stay at Home Order until May 8 and announced a three-phased approach to lifting restrictions.

Phase 1

• Stay at Home order remains in place, people can leave home for commercial activity

• Those retailers and services need to implement social distancing, cleaning, and other protocols

• Gathering limited to no more than 10 people

• Parks can open subject to gathering limits

• Face coverings recommended in public

• Restrictions remain in place for nursing homes and other congregated living settings

• Encourage continued teleworking

Mint Hill, along with the other Mecklenburg county local government continue to follow our own order. We are in the process of amending our Stay at Home order to align with the Governor’s order to allow for additional retail businesses and services to offer curbside pick-up. Our Town Manager has been participating in a Business Roundtable discussing plans to eventually reopening all businesses.

Growing evidence suggests COVID-19 can spread before people show symptoms and from people who have coronavirus but never show symptoms. We ask everyone to continue to remain at home and avoid non-essential contact with others. Limit your trips for groceries, gas, and other essentials. If you must go out, wear a mask and practice social distancing and stay at least 6 feet from others.

We are functioning from a place of strength and it is important, now more than ever, that positive attitudes expand not just to our families but to every member of the Mint Hill Community.

We are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Stay safe. Stay well. Stay home.

Brad Simmons

Mint Hill Mayor

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