Citing coronavirus concerns, Avondale Estates blocks access to city hall and public worksCity Manager Patrick Bryant, Mayor Jonathan Elmore and Commissioners Brian Fisher, Lisa Shortell, Dee Merriam and Lionel Laratte met on Feb. 24 to discuss the revised sanitation ordinance and current state legislation. Photo by Zoe Seiler
Avondale Estates, GA – Starting March 17, the public won’t be permitted to visit Avondale Estates City Hall or its public works building.
“Essential services, including Police and Public Works (curbside sanitation/recycling included) remain operational,” the city announced. “This measure is meant to maintain social distancing recommendations by the CDC in an attempt to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus within this community. While access to the buildings will not be permitted by the public, city staff will continue to serve the public and conduct City business during normal business hours. Whenever possible, residents should utilize online city forms and portals to initiate actions or request service.
“An online building permit portal is available here. Commercial construction project inspections will continue until further notice and can be reviewed and scheduled at AvondaleEstates.org/
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