The city of Albion closed all nonessential city operations effective at 12:01 AM on Monday, March 23, as a result of the growing number of Michigan coronavirus (Covid-19) cases.
City Manager Darwin McClary notified employees and the Albion city council on Sunday of the decision.
The City Manager has designated public safety, water treatment plant, and wastewater treatment plant operations as essential, but department directors will have authority to designate other services as essential if needed.
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See also the video of a report about Calhoun County and Covid-19 from Thursday, March 19, 2020.
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