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Pittsfield Township offices closed Monday for coronavirus cleaning

MLive Ann Arbor logo MLive Ann Arbor 11/9/2020 Samuel J. Robinson,

PITTSFIELD TOWNSHIP, MI — Administrative offices at the Pittsfield Charter Township Hall were closed Monday after someone who was inside the building tested positive for coronavirus.

The Pittsfield Charter Township administrative offices, located at 6201 W. Michigan Ave., were scheduled to be closed on Monday, Nov. 9, in order to complete a thorough cleaning of the facility due to a positive coronavirus case, according to a news release from the township Monday.

Administrative staff will provide services remotely and return to regular in-person services at the township hall, in accordance with COVID-19 safety protocols, on Tuesday, Nov. 10.

Administrative offices within the building will close again on Wednesday in observation of Veterans Day.

The township is asking those looking for assistance during the temporary closure Monday to call one of the various specific departments that can be found on the township website. Regularly, the township hall is open Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Pittsfield Township did not immediately respond to requests for additional comment.


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