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Mohave County Supervisors attend Public Meeting on Enforcement of COVID-19 Rules for Businesses | Kingman Daily Miner



KINGMAN – After a masking “town” in Mohave County buildings that resulted in a deregulation, the Mohave County Supervisory Board scheduled a public meeting with business owners and local citizens about COVID-19 safety measures for businesses affected by Arizona Gov Doug Ducey’s executive order places additional burden on restaurant businesses.

The meeting is scheduled for Monday afternoon, November 9 and will take place in the district administrative building at 700 W. Beale St. in Kingman.

The initiative comes from District 2 Supervisor Hildy Angius, who said at the November 2 board meeting that citizens and business owners deserve an explanation of the consequences of the COVID safeguards- 1

9 current for their business.

“They have the right to speak out about their concerns,” said Angius.

Angius deliberately didn’t ask for a town, as President Jean Bishop suggested, as she wanted to make sure both parties – not just the public – would be allowed to speak.

Angius is proposing to reconsider the governor’s executive order that, while committing to the Mohave County Public Health Department on some kind of order execution, allows local officials to decide how to enforce the order.

District Attorney Ryan Esplin confirmed that was the case. He gives the example of speeding – the county can give out tickets or warnings.

The multi-layered process currently in place and used by county health officials to enforce the order is subject to review.




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