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Memorandum


Town of Cumberland Gap

City of Harrogate

Town of New Tazewell

Town of Tazewell

A MEMORANDUM  TO MITIGATE THE SPREAD OF COVID-19

BY LIMITING SOCIAL GATHERINGS, DINE-IN SERVICE,

AND GYM USE, AND EXPOSURE AT NURSING AND RETIREMENT HOMES,

AND PROVIDING  FLEXIBILITY FOR RESTAURANTS REGARDING THE SALE OF ALCOHOL


1.         In accordance with the Coronavirus Guidelines for America and the guidance from the CDC,
to limit the spread of COVID-19 so that normal life and activities may resume as soon as possible:

a.            Persons in the State of Tennessee shall not participate in social gatherings of (10)
or more people.

b.           Persons in the State of Tennessee shall not eat or drink onsite at restaurants, bars,
or other similar food or drink establishments, and shall not visit gyms or fitness/exercise centers
or substantially similar facilities.

c.           Restaurants,  bars,  and  similar  food  or  drink  establishments,  including
nightclubs,  shall  not  be  open  to  persons,  except  only  to  offer  drive­ through,  pickup, 
carry-out,  or  delivery  service  for  food  or  drink,  and persons  are highly  encouraged  to 
use such drive-through, pickup, carry­ out, or delivery options to support such businesses during
this emergency.

d.           Gyms or fitness/exercise centers or substantially simila r facilities shall not be
open to members or the public, although persons are highly encouraged to use any  available 
electronic  or virtual fitness  options to support  such businesses during this emergency.

e.           Persons in the State of Tennessee shall not visit nursing homes, retirement homes,  or
 long-term  care  or  assisted-living  facilities,  unless  to  provide essential  assistance  or 
to  visit  residents  receiving  imminent  end-of-life care, provided such visits may be
accomplished  without unreasonable risk to   other   residents.   Persons   are   highly  
encouraged   to   use   available electronic   or  virtual  communication   to  spend   time  with 
their  family members, friends, loved ones, and other persons in those facilities.

f.          Persons and businesses should take particular care to protect the well- being of those
populations  especially  vulnerable  to  COVID-19,  including older adults and persons with
compromised  immune systems or serious chronic medical  conditions,  by, among other things, 
taking  care  to  adhere  to  all precautions  advised by CDC and refraining to the extent
practicable from physical   contact   and  association.   Businesses   should   further   consider
implementing  measures to protect our most vulnerable populations by, for example, offering
delivery service or special oppo1iunities for members of vulnerable  populations  to  shop  in 
retail  establishments  exclusive  of  the general population.

 

 

 Town of Cumberland Gap

 

 City of Harrogate

 

 Town of New Tazewell

 

Town of Tazewell

 Mayor Bill Fannon

 

 

 

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Sandra E. Cosby, Esq. sworn in as first Municipal Judge in Harrogate

 

The Honorable John D. McAfee, Judge of the 8th Circuit Court, with the Honorable Sandra E. Cosby, Harrogate Municipal Judge

 

L-R, Alderman Gary Burchett, Mayor Linda Fultz, The Honorable John D. McAfee, The Honorable Sandra E. Cosby,

Vice-Mayor Allen Hurst, Aldermen Troy Poore and Lieven Cox

Sandra E.Cosby, Esq. being sworn in as Harrogate's first Municipal Judge by The Honorable John D. McAfee

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

 

NETTLETON ROAD HAS BEEN CLOSED

TO THROUGH TRAFFIC

FROM STATE ROUTE 58 TO WOLFE RUN

DUE TO HEAVY RAIN AND WASH OUT

 

 

 

 

 

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We trust that our residents will do their part in helping keep our community clean and litter free.

 If you happen to see litter, be a good neighbor and pick it up.

 

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THANK YOU FOR PITCHING IN

 

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OFFICE HOURS AND MEETING TIMES OF COUNCIL, PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION AND OTHER BOARDS

 

Office Hours:  8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Monday - Friday

Phone:  (423) 869-0211

Fax: 423-869-0022
e-mail:
cityofharrogate@hotmail.com

 

 

 

The Planning and Zoning Commission meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at Harrogate City Hall. 

The Board of Mayor and Aldermen meet the 4th Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. at Harrogate City Hall.   A worksession is conducted at 6:00 p.m. on Tuesday prior to the regular monthly meeting.  

THE HARROGATE BOOKSTATION COMMITTEE MEETS THE SECOND TUESDAY OF EACH MONTH AT 5:00 P.M. AT THE BOOKSTATION ON BRISTOL ROAD. 

THE PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD MEETS AT CITY HALL ON THE SECOND MONDAY OF EACH MONTH, 6 P.M. 

THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND ALL MEETINGS. Check the page About Harrogate for a list of the Officials and Staff of the City.