Ypsilanti Township will reopen its municipal offices to the public Tuesday, June 16th.
All visitors who enter the township’s facility will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms and be required to wear masks. If you don’t have a mask, one will be provided to you. Brenda Stumbo is the township supervisor.
Supervisor Brenda Stumbo: We’ll have a greeter so when people come in, they will be able to direct people and count the number of people who come in to different areas.
Residents will also be required to maintain six feet of social distancing inside the township’s facility. The township will continue to offer online services to residents who don’t feel comfortable receiving help in person.
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