Weston Town hall Re-Opens to Public Today, June 1
Weston’s beautiful Town Hall will re-open to the public today, June 1 at 8:30 am. Those residents and visitors who have been anxious to re-visit the wonderful black and white photographs on the staircases, and get a Weston Forest & Trail Association map ($10 at the Land office on the second floor), come on down!
According to town communications, all employees of the Town of Weston and visitors to public buildings “should continue to wear masks indoors in common areas and shared spaces, regardless of vaccination status. Shared spaces include breakrooms, service counters, meeting rooms, restrooms, hallways and foyers.” Basically, everywhere.
Town Hall is open Monday – Friday, 8:30 to 5:00 p.m. Office Hours for other buildings are available online.
In addition, concern has recently been expressed about the return to in-person committee and commission meetings. The Governor’s state of emergency is set to be rescinded on June 15th–this emergency order allowed for relief in the Open Meeting Law, which allowed public bodies to meet remotely (via an online meeting platform) rather than in-person. The Governor has filed for special legislation to extend this relief through September 1. Updates to this situation are forthcoming.