BV County Supervisors Address Staffing Shortages
November 17, 2020 12:54pm
The Buena Vista County Board of Supervisors is seeking the public’s cooperation and understanding while various Buena Vista County offices are experiencing staffing shortages due to COVID-19.
Residents are asked to use the drop box at the courthouse, postal mail, or online services if at all possible. Offices that are operating with lower than minimum levels of staffing may be closed at times for lunch breaks or other purposes.
Visitors to any county facility are strongly recommended to wear a mask. Those that are ill or have tested positive for COVID-19 should stay home.
Buena Vista County’s offices and employees want to safely serve the public, and the Board of Supervisors asks for residents to stay patient while they deal with the impacts of the pandemic on county offices.
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