HAMILTON - When will our economy reopen? That’s the million-dollar question across the nation right now. It’s the big question locally, too.
The Hamilton City Council met on Monday, April 20, with minimal attendance in order to adhere to social-distancing requirements due to COVID-19. The council broadcasted its meeting by way of 49 County News, a local online news outlet.
The meeting was attended in person by Hamilton Mayor Bob Page, councilman Wade Sullins, city clerk Angela Owen and the city’s attorney, Scott Slatton. Councilors Tami Lewis Williams, Gene Sanderson and Herb Winsett participated over conference call.
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