NASHVILLE, TN (WLAF) – Campbell County Mayor E.L. Morton writes, “Today, Governor Lee extended the COVID-19 Emergency until August 29, 2020 in the announcement below.”

Accordingly, our courthouse is returning to a single-point of entry with temperature checks for the protection of the public and staff.

Commercial driver’s licenses set to expire tomorrow, June 30, 2020, will expire tomorrow.  TDOT will be processing those renewals through TDOT facilities.

Driver’s licenses for everyone else are extended through November 15, 2020.

Public meetings are again authorized via electronic means or under social distancing conditions.

Morton noted, “If county government departments plan meetings in person, coordinate them through my office and prepare to provide temperature check and security services within the budget of that department.”

Executive Orders 50, 51 and 52 with guidance for medical services, public meetings and court operations can be read HERE.

Hand washing, sanitizer, face masks, covering coughs and sneezes and distancing are advised in all activities.

The announcement below retains Governor Lee’s previous guidance for allowable worship and funeral services while advising gatherings of 50 or less in other social or business settings.

Basketball courts, soccer and baseball fields and playgrounds remain closed at Lonus Young Park.  The mayor added, “Thank you for your continued efforts to minimize the spread of the Covid-19 virus.”  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06-29/2020-6PM)