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Following an amended order from Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough, Shenandoah Mayor Ritch Wheeler amended his Declaration of Local Disaster to reflect changes affecting certain businesses in the City.
As Mayor Ritch Wheeler commented Tuesday in a Facebook post, "This is a very fluid situation and conditions are changing rapidly. These guidelines will go in effect Thursday morning, March 19, at 8:00 am , but please understand they may change quickly."
Citing "extraordinary measures to prevent the spread of this potentially devastating disease," Wheeler addressed certain businesses that will be impacted:
"We still have a long road ahead of us," said Wheeler. "This will not be the last change made before we come out of this serious situation."
Similar to other municipalities, Shenandoah has canceled public events and closed some facilities. Mayor Wheeler will continue to monitor the situation and take additional steps as needed for the safety and well-being of the public.
Amended Mayoral Declaration of Local State of Disaster Due to Public Health Emergency, March 18
Amended Order Affecting Occupancy of Premises Throughout Montgomery County, March 18