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City Manager Proclaims Local Emergency
As part of the city’s response to address the global COVID-19 outbreak, City Manager Adam Raymond today proclaimed the existence of a local emergency within the City of Glendora to make additional resources available and help formalize emergency actions already underway to help prepare for broader spread of COVID-19. The proclamation follows the L.A. County Department of Public Health’s announcement of one confirmed case of COVID-19 within Glendora, and continued efforts by state and local agencies to address public safety concerns.
Today’s proclamation is guided by the work already in progress by the City of Glendora, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health, the California Department of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and other agencies which have been assessing and responding to issues related to COVID-19 state and nationwide.
“The City Council and Glendora’s Executive Team are committed to ensuring an open dialogue with the community and our employees,” said City Manager Raymond. “This emergency proclamation adds one more tool to help the city prepare our community to address ongoing issues.”
Pursuant to the City’s Municipal Code and California Government Code, the City Council must vote to extend a Local Emergency within 7 days of this declaration. A meeting is scheduled to discuss the item on March 24th.
The proclamation allows the City Manager as Director of Emergency Services the necessary flexibility in response to purchasing from Glendora businesses, halting water utility shutoffs, and waiving late fees on services.