Information regarding Proposed State Road 28 West Annexation Close
Tuesday, January 26, 2021

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Mayoral Statement on COVID-19 Crisis

As Covid-19 numbers continue to rise in our community, we must stay vigilant and work together to keep each other safe. This includes wearing masks, washing hands regularly, and minimizing gatherings. Please know we are taking this public health crisis very seriously. I have heard concerns from many residents about the growing number of virus cases and personal stories about the toll Covid-19 has taken on family members and friends. My thoughts and prayers go out to all who have been impacted by this virus.

Rest assured, your city leaders and I will continue to work with Clinton County officials and our health care partners to ensure we are doing all we can to slow the spread of this virus and communicate any changes in protocols.

While we are limiting public access to many of our departments, I want to emphasize that city services will not be interrupted or delayed. Our street, fire, police, parks, building services, and municipal utilities departments work tirelessly to serve our city, and I encourage you to contact them by phone or email when you have a question or when you need assistance.

City of Frankfort Board of Works, City Council, and Municipal Utilities meetings are being broadcast live on YouTube so that residents can view city meetings from the safety of their homes.

The health and safety of all residents in our community remain a top priority for this administration. We will get through this challenge by helping one another, by following the guidelines set by our health officials, and by working together to protect our families and our community.

– Mayor Judy Sheets