Fri Jun 5, 2020

Old Dock ‘courtroom,’ COVID-19 plans discussed in courthouse meeting

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Officials from two counties attended a COVID-19 response meeting in the Superior Courtroom Friday. Paper placards helped those in attendance maintain social distancing, a major concern with reopening the courts.
By Jefferson Weaver jeffersonweaver@nrcolumbus.com

Posted on: 05.22.2020 at 04:18 p.m. |

 

Additional cleaning staff and a tighter schedule for the court calendar are among the changes being made at the courthouse due to the pandemic.

Additional, intensive cleaning by more janitorial staff and a tighter schedule for the court calendar are among the changes being made at the courthouse due to the pandemic.

Old Dock Elementary School could soon help alleviate the backup in the courts system caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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