City Hall to Remain Closed

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MIDDLETON–An email sent out by Middleton City Administrator Mike Davis on Tuesday afternoon, informed the public of changes to the City Hall reopening plan. City Hall was scheduled to one with limited access on July 6, but Davis said due to safety concerns.

“Due to the latest increase in COVID-19 cases in Dane County, I have decided that City Hall will not open on July 6 as planned and will remain closed to the public indefinitely. This decision is made out of concern for both the public and city employees’ health and well-being.  City Hall staff continue to work, so if someone needs to schedule an appointment, we are available by e-mail, phone and Zoom. If absolutely necessary we can schedule a meeting in person too,” Davis said in the email.

The Middleton Public Library remains closed to the public and will continue curbside pickup service. The tourism office is also closed, and employees are working from home. The Middleton Senior Center is closed for meals, and will offer limited in person services. 

“We will continue to conduct meetings via Zoom and record them to the City’s You Tube channel: In so doing, the Plan Commission and City Council will continue to be livestreamed and open for walk-in members of the public with a limit of 10 persons in the Council Chambers at any time,” Davis reminded in his email.

Recreation will continue using the Council Chambers, City Hall green space and the Hubbard Activity Center with social distancing measure in place. 

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