Like many other municipal units across the province, the Town of Mulgrave released plans on Tuesday, March 17, effective immediately, to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
As of March 17, the town office on Murray Street will be closed to the public. It will remain closed until April 6; at which time the situation will be re-evaluated.
A notice to the public issued by the Town of Mulgrave on Tuesday stated that payments owed to the town, may be made electronically for customers using the Credit Union and Scotia Bank. Further electronic baking options are being pursued, for customers using other banking institutions. For those who cannot make payments because of building restrictions, interest charges for late payments will be waived during this period.
The notice went on to inform delivery companies and other essential visitors to use the buzzer at the front door to gain entrance to the building during this time. Protocols for leaving and picking up packages will be addressed on a case by case basis.