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Mayor Issues New Executive Order

Post Date:07/12/2021 12:00 PM

Kết quả xổ số hàng ngày In conjunction with Governor Kemp’s most recent Executive Orders, Roswell Mayor Lori Henry has issued her own updated Order, extending provisions in place to aid economic and business recovery in the City of Roswell.

While recognizing that Georgia and the City of Roswell are “no longer experiencing a public health emergency,” both the Governor’s and the Mayor’s Orders acknowledge that there remain long-term negative effects on businesses and the economy as a result of the pandemic. As such, the Mayor’s new Order extends the provisions of her previous Executive Orders regarding temporary business signage and to-go alcoholic beverages through July 30, 2021.

The signage provision allows businesses to install new temporary signage without a Temporary Sign Permit, provided such signage is in compliance with current code standards. This provision ends on July 30 or by the end of any future extensions to the Mayor’s orders.

The Mayor’s new Order also acknowledges provisions put into place early in the pandemic—and since signed into state law by Governor Kemp in May 2021—that allowed restaurants to sell unopened to-go bottles of beer or wine.

To read the full text of the Mayor’s new Executive Orders, visit ceciliamtz.com/coronavirus.


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