To read more about the proposed masking ordinance, view the news release sent out July 7. Additional educational materials from the Springfield-Greene Health Department include white paper on the issue and a memo to City Council. Citizens wishing to sign up to speak at the meeting, attend with someone who is speaking, or remove an item from the consent agenda are required to contact City Clerk Anita Cotter by 5 p.m. Friday, July 10. This can be done via an online form, by calling 417-864-1651 or by emailing acotter@springfieldmo.gov. Citizens wishing to submit their comments on the proposed masking ordinance, rather than appear, are asked to do so via an online form by 5 p.m., Sunday, July 12.


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