Community News Archives for 2020-04

Road closure scheduled for US 35 in Starke County

The Indiana Department of Transportation announces a road closure on U.S. 35 just south of U.S. 30 beginning Monday, May 4. 

 

U.S. 35 will be closed .43 miles south of U.S. 30 for a thin bridge deck overlay. The project is expected to be completed in the beginning of June, 2020. All work is weather dependent.

 

 

Drivers should seek an alternate route. The official detour will follow State Road 8, State Road 39 and U.S. 30. 

Tippecanoe Valley High School (TVHS) announces Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Tippecanoe Valley High School (TVHS) is honored to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the 2019-2020 School Year.

 

Kirstyn Yoder has been named TVHS Valedictorian.  Kirstyn is the daughter Christopher and Tracy Yoder.  Kirstyn plans to attend Purdue University with a double major in Actuarial Science and Statistics and a minor in Business Management.

 

 

At TVHS, Kirstyn was involved in the following clubs/organizations: National Honor Society President, Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy, Softball, Academic Team, Girls Who Code, and Leo Lions Club Treasurer. Kirstyn was also named one of Kosciusko County's 2020 Lily Scholars.

 

Quintin B. Allen has been named TVHS Salutatorian.  Quintin is the son of Jacquelyn Apt. 

Quintin plans to attend University of Washington in Seattle to study Biology (specifically Paleo Biology).

 

 

At TVHS, Quintin was involved in the following clubs/organizations: Robotics, Academic Team, National Honor Society, Band, Drama Club, and Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy. Quintin also was chosen to participate in the Molecular Medicine in Action program by Riley Hospital for Children and IU School of Medicine. Most recently Quintin was named an IASP Regional Academic All-Star.

 

Tippecanoe Valley is committed to student success through the development of character, leadership, and literacy. Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation is proud of the accomplishments of all seniors and the tremendous positive spirit, community service, and resilience your students and their families have displayed during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Kroger and the UFCW issue urgent call for nation's elected leaders to designate grocery workers as first responders

The Kroger Co., America’s largest supermarket, and the United Food and Commercial Workers International Union (UFCW), America’s largest food and retail union, issued a joint statement calling on federal and state government to take swift action to designate associates at grocery stores as “extended first responders” or “emergency personnel.”

 

The statement follows both Kroger’s and the UFCW’s direct advocacy on this topic with elected officials over the last five weeks. Kroger Chairman and CEO Rodney McMullen and UFCW International President Marc Perrone released the following statement: “Since the onset of this pandemic, Kroger family of companies associates, who are also members of the UFCW, have been working tirelessly to make sure that millions of American families have the fresh food and products they need. As all Americans are now witnessing - grocery workers play a critical role in our communities and they must be protected.


“Working together, Kroger and the UFCW have already taken significant steps to keep Kroger associates safe and reward them for their incredible sacrifices throughout this ongoing crisis. The truth is more must be done and it must be done now. “Given the significant daily risk these workers face, we are calling on all of our federal and state leaders to take immediate action. Specifically, we are requesting our nation’s leaders to assign a temporary designation of first responder or emergency personnel status for all grocery workers. Make no mistake, this designation is absolutely critical as it will ensure these frontline workers have priority access to personal protection equipment like masks and gloves.


“This urgent call for temporary first responder or emergency personnel status is not just about protecting grocery store workers; it is also about protecting the customers they serve and our nation's food supply in general.


“We urge our national and statewide elected leaders to act now and protect these essential workers.”

USDA announces loan maturity for Marketing Assistance Loans now extended to 12 months; amid COVID-19 uncertainties

Agricultural producers now have more time to repay Marketing Assistance Loans (MAL) as part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s implementation of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act of 2020. The loans now mature at 12 months rather than nine, and this flexibility is available for most commodities.

 

“Spring is the season when most producers have the biggest need for capital, and many may have or are considering putting commodities under loan. Extending the commodity loan maturityaffords farmers more time to market their commodity and repay their loanat a later time,” said U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue. “We are extremely pleased that USDA can offer these marketing flexibilities at this critical time for the agriculture industry and the nation.”

 

Effective immediately, producers of eligible commodities now have up to 12 months to repay their commodity loans. The maturity extension applies to nonrecourse loans for crop years 2018, 2019 and 2020.Eligible open loans must in good standing with a maturity date of March 31, 2020, or later or new crop year (2019 or 2020) loans requested by September 30, 2020. All new loans requested by September 30, 2020, will have a maturity date 12 months following the date of approval.

 

The maturity extension for current, active loans will be automatically extended an additional 3 months. Loans that matured March 31 have already been automatically extended by USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA). Producers who prefer a nine-month loan will need to contact their local FSA county office. Loans requested after September 30, 2020, will have a term of nine months.

 

Eligible commodities include barley, chickpeas (small and large), corn, cotton (upland and extra-long staple), dry peas, grain sorghum, honey, lentils, mohair, oats, peanuts, rice (long and medium grain), soybeans, unshorn pelts, wheat, wool (graded and nongraded); and other oilseeds, including canola, crambe, flaxseed, mustard seed, rapeseed, safflower, sunflower seed, and sesame seed. Seed cotton and sugar are not eligible.

 

About MALs

 

Placing commodities under loan provides producers interim financing to meet cash flow needs without having to sell their commodities when market prices are low and allows producers to store production for more orderly marketing of commodities throughout the year. 

 

These loans are considered nonrecourse because the commodity is pledged as loan collateral, and producers have the option of delivering the pledged collateral to the Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) for repayment of the outstanding loan at maturity. 

 

MAL Repayment

 

Under the new maturity provisions, producers can still repay the loan as they would have before the extension:

 

  • repay the MAL on or before the maturity date;

 

  • upon maturity by delivering or forfeiting the commodity to CCC as loan repayment; or

 

  • after maturity and before CCC acquires the farm-stored commodity by repaying the outstanding MAL principle and interest.

 

Marketing Loan Gains

 

A Marketing Loan Gain occurs when a MAL is repaid at less than the loan principal. If market gain is applicable during the now-extended loan period, producers can receive a gain on the repayment made before the loan matures.

 

For more information on MALs, contact the nearest FSA county office. USDA Service Centers, including FSA county offices, are open for business by phone appointment only, and field work will continue with appropriate social distancing. While program delivery staff will continue to come into the office, they will be working with producers by phone and using online tools whenever possible. All Service Center visitors wishing to conduct business with the FSA, Natural Resources Conservation Service, or any other Service Center agency are required to call their Service Center to schedule a phone appointment. More information can be found at farmers.gov/coronavirus.

Kroger announces temporary pharmacy and Easter hours

Starting Thursday, April 9, Kroger Central Division will temporarily adjust pharmacy hours, encouraging customers to consolidate shopping trips or opt for Kroger prescription delivery services.  Unless otherwise noted, the new schedule will be:

 

  • 9:00 A.M. to 7:00 P.M.   - Monday through Friday
  • 9:00 A.M.to 5:00 P.M.   - Saturday
  • 11:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. - Sunday

 

For customers who prefer not to enter a store at this time, many Kroger Pharmacy locations offer drive-thru or walk-up window service.

 

Pharmacist Greg Fox, Health and Wellness Merchandiser, said, “Kroger pharmacists are living our vision of helping people live healthier lives.  At the same time, we are living our pharmacist’s oath, devoting ourselves to a lifetime of service.  It has never been more important to be here for our patients.”

 

Kroger stores with The Little Clinic will also have new, temporary hours.  Beginning April 9, they will operate:

 

  • 8:30 A.M.to 6:30 P.M.   - Monday through Friday
  • 8:30 A.M.to 4:30 P.M.   - Saturday
  • 10:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.- Sunday

 

Kroger will also adjust its store hours on Easter Sunday.  Stores will be open from 7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.  The adjustment will allow customers to purchase holiday essentials and associates to enjoy some time off. 

 

“Our heroic Kroger associates have been working tirelessly since this crisis began,” said Colleen Juergensen, president of Kroger Central Division.  “They’ve been serving shoppers, keeping shelves stocked and stores clean.  By adjusting our Easter hours, we remain available to our friends and neighbors while giving our associates more time to rest and be with their families.”

 

Kroger pharmacies will be closed on Easter Sunday, as previously announced.

Fulton County COVID-19 Daily Brief - April 8

Fulton County COVID-19 Daily Brief by the Authority of Fulton County Health Officer Dr.Kevin Reyburn and Fulton County Health Nurse Rhonda Barnett RN

 

**All information is subject to change**

 

ISDH Case Numbers for Fulton County:

          Total Positive Tests – 3

          Total Tests - 37

 

**REMINDER**

 

IF YOU HAVE BEEN TESTED FOR COVID-19 YOU MUST GO HOME AND SELF-ISOLATE IMMEDIATELY TILL RESULTS ARE CONFIRMED.  CONTACT A FRIEND OR LOVED ONE TO DO ANY ESSENTIAL ERRANDS YOU MAY NEED DURING THIS PERIOD.  FOLLOW THE RECOMMED SELF-DISTANCING PROCEDURES.

 

ER Open for Emergency’s

          Surgeries - Case by Case decided by your Doctor

          Visitation - No visitation with limited exceptions

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Message from Fulton County Economic Development

 

Fulton County Manufacturers are Essential Businesses and Operations

 

We know now how essential our restaurants and grocery and supply stores are.  Essential Businesses don’t just stop here however. For the purposes of Indiana Executive Order 20-08,

 

Essential Business and Operations means to include those manufacturing companies, distributors and supply chain companies producing and supplying essential products and services in and for industries such as healthcare, pharmaceutical, technology, biotechnology, chemicals and sanitization, agriculture, waste pickup and disposal, food and beverage, transportation, energy, steel and steel products, petroleum, fuel, mining, construction, national defense, communications and products used by other Essential Businesses and Operations.

 

For any businesses with questions regarding what IS and IS NOT considered Essential Business please contact the Critical Industries Hotline.

 

This center is reachable by calling 877-820-0890 or by emailing covidresponse@iedc.in.gov, is for business and industry questions only.

 

Fulton County Health Department

          125 E 9th St.                           Rochester, IN  46975           (574) 223-2881                     

               David Kevin Reyburn M.D.        Health Officer            Fax (574) 223-2335

                                                            

April 7, 2020

 

* WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY, MINIMUM 20 SECONDS

 

* AVOID TOUCHING YOUR EYES, NOSE, AND MOUTH WITH UNWASHED HANDS

 

* CLEAN AND DISINFECT FREQUENTLY TOUCHED OBJECTS AND UNWASHED HANDS

If you are out of wipes a simple solution of bleach and water can be used.

Example: 1 Cup of Bleach to 1 Gallon of Water

 

* SELF ISOLATION/QUARANTINE: YOU MUST STAY HOME. YOU ARE NOT TO LEAVE YOUR HOME. YOU MUST HAVE A PERSON OUTSIDE YOUR HOME GET YOUR ESSENTIALS FOR 14 DAYS.

* THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE BEEN RANDOMLY TESTED (NO SYMPTOMS) FOR COVID -19 YOU MUST SELF ISOLATE/QAURANTINE UNTIL YOU GET YOUR TEST RESULTS BEFORE YOU CAN RETURN TO WORK

 

* IF YOU HAVE SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 SELF ISOLATE FOR 14 DAYS AND 72 HRS SYMPTOM FREE WITHOUT FEVER REDUCER.

 

* OBSERVE AND ADHERE TO GOVERNORS "STAY AT HOME" ORDER (EO 20-08)

 

* ANY PERSON COMING BACK FROM A VACATION OR COMING FROM AN INFECTED AREA IS REQUIRED TO SELF QUARANTINE FOR 14 DAYS. PLAN PROPER ARRANGMENTS FOR NECESSITIES FOR 14 DAYS.

 

* MAINTAIN APPROPRIATE SOCIAL DISTANCING AS IDENTIFIED BY THE CDC AND ISDH AS IT PERTAINS TO COVID-19 (6ft) APART

 

* NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES SHALL BE CLOSED / FOOD SERVICES DRIVE-THROUGH, DELIVERY, CURB SIDE PICK UP ONLY

 

* ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ONLY - 1 PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD FOR ESSENTIAL IN STORE PURCHASES

 

* COVID-19 SYMPTOMS: CHILLS, DIFFICULTY BREATHING OR SHORTNESS OF BREATH, PERSISTENT COUGH, ANY NEW RESPIRATORY SYMPTOMS, FATIGUE, BODY ACHES, LOSS OF TASTE AND SMELL OR A FEVER

 

* PLAYGROUNDS ARE CLOSED. DO NOT CONGREGATE WHEN GOING ON OUTDOOR WALKS.

 

*  DUE TO COVID-19 LOCAL GOVERNMENT HAS ORDERED ONLY (1) ONE SHOPPER PER HOUSEHOLD.

 

*  ESSENTIAL PURCHASES ONLY PLEASE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

FULTON COUNTY GOVERNMENT EMERGENCY ORDINANCE

 

EMERGENCY ORDIANCNE NO. _____                           _________

OF THE FULTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 

Whereas, Fulton County, along with many other counties and all fifty (50) states, has experienced confirmed cases of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and;

 

Whereas, COVID-19 is a respiratory virus that can result in serious illness and death and is easily transmitted from person to person, and;

 

Whereas, on January 31, 2020 the United States Department of Public Health and Human Services Secretary declared a public emergency for COVID-19, and;

 

Whereas, on March 6, 2020 Governor Eric J. Holcomb issued his Declaration of Public Health Emergency for the State of Indiana for COVID-19, and;

 

Whereas, despite mitigation steps being taken in Indiana, this virus remains a serious threat to the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of Fulton County, and further efforts are needed to address, control, and reduce the evolving threat posed by COVID-19;

 

Whereas, in consultation with and concurrence with the Fulton County Health Department Health Officer, the Fulton County Commissioners have rendered a decision that aggressive social distancing and other measures must be employed and followed by all in Fulton County to slow and contain the spread of COVID-19;

 

Whereas, the Board of Commissioners of Fulton County, pursuant to IC 36-8-2-4 and IC 36-8-2-5, has the authority to regulate conduct that might endanger public health, safety or welfare and to impose restrictions to prevent the transmission of diseases;

 

Whereas, due to the potential severity of COVID-19 and the need to take urgent action, the following is effective as of 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 until 11:59 p.m. Monday, April 20, 2020.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, the Board of Commissioners of Fulton County, do hereby:

 

1.       Declare that a public health emergency exists in Fulton County due to COVID-19.

2.       Order that Fulton County pursuant to IC 10-14-3-29.5 be placed under a “YELLOW” travel alert, which means that routine travel or activities may be restricted in areas because of a hazardous situation, and individuals should use caution or avoid those areas.

3.       Extend the Governor’s Executive Order to Stay-At-Home until 11:59 p.m. Monday, April 20, 2020.

4.       Order only essential governmental functions and essential businesses, as defined in Executive Order 20-18, can remain open. All other, non-essential businesses, shall remain closed.

5.       Prohibits all public and private gathering of any kind of more than ten (10) people.

6.       Requires all employers, regardless of type, to continue to comply with the Indiana Occupational Safety and Health Administration (IOSHA) standards for safety and health as established and enforce by IOSAH.

7.       All persons leaving their homes or residences in Fulton County must do so, only for essential activities.

8.       All places of public amusement in Fulton County, whether indoors or outdoors, including locations with amusement rides, carnivals, amusement parks, water parks, aquariums, zoos, museums, arcades, fairs, children’s play centers, playgrounds, funplexes, theme parks, bowling alleys, golf courses, movie and other theaters, concert and music halls, and country clubs or social clubs, shall be closed.

9.       All persons in Fulton County must all times and as reasonably possible, maintain social distancing of at least six (6) feet from any other person, with the exception of family of household members.

10.     Essential retail business establishments include grocery stores, supermarkets, supercenters or mass merchandizers (provided they have a sizable food/grocery section ), specialty food stores, certified farmer’s markets, farm and produce stands, convenience stores and gas stations, pharmacies, auto sales, auto supply, auto maintenance and repair, farm equipment, construction equipment, bicycle shops, hardware and supply stores, office supply stores, pet supply stores, club stores (provided they have a sizable food/grocery section), building material and supply stores may remain open as long as the following items are adhered to:

a.       Limit the number of customers in establishment at any given time;

b.      Implement hours for elderly and other vulnerable populations, as well as limit hours of operation to restock and clean the establishment;

c.       Comply with all mitigation measures to protect employees and the public;

d.      Maintain six (6) feet separation distance between customers, and customers and store employees;

e.       Enforce six (6) feet separation distances at places where lines of customers tend to form;

f.       Make hand sanitizer or disinfecting wipes readily available to employees and customers.

11.     When conducting essential purchases in Fulton County individuals are required to adhere to the following:

a.       All individuals in Fulton County should postpone making in-person purchases of goods and services;

b.      All individuals in Fulton County shall use online or call-in ordering of goods and services with either delivery or curbside pickup to the greatest extent practicable;

c.       All professional services should be conducted virtually or by telephone;

d.      In instances where an individual must visit a retail business, an individual should limit the number and frequency of retail businesses visited to purchase goods and services;

e.       All individuals in Fulton County should limit the number of household members who travel to and enter a store(s) to one (1) person per household;

f.       In instances where an individual must visit a retail business only necessity items shall be purchased.

12.     All campgrounds within Fulton County will be closed, except to persons residing in recreational vehicles (RVs) or cabins at the campground year-round.

13.     A knowing violation of Executive 20-18 issued pursuant to Indiana’s Emergency Disaster Law is a class B misdemeanor, punishable up to 180 days incarceration and a fine of up to $1000.

14.     A violation of this Ordinance is punishable of a fine up to $1000. 

 

 

The Board of Commissioners acknowledge the hardship and sacrifice that is being imposed on the businesses and citizens of Fulton County by these closures. These restrictions will be revisited as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves and changes, and are subject to revision as deemed appropriate for the health and safety of the citizens of Fulton County.

 

 

This Ordinance goes into effect 11:59 p.m., Wednesday, April 8, 2020.

 

FULTON COUNTY COMMISIONERS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Medication (Pharmacy):

Kroger                                    (574) 223-6347

Drive-through & Walk up window Open

Monday - Friday                                         9AM – 9PM

          Saturday                                                     9AM – 6PM

          Sunday                                                        11AM – 6PM

 

CVS                                        (574) 224-4304

          Drive-through

          Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 8PM

          Saturday & Sunday                                    10AM – 5PM

 

Walgreens                               (574) 223-3249

Drive-through & Some shopping if needed

Seniors                                                       

Tuesday Morning Only                                      8AM – 9AM

Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 7PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 6PM

Sunday                                                       10AM – 6PM

 

Walmart                                  (574) 223-9482

          Drive-through only “side by hotels”

          Monday, Wednesday - Saturday                 9AM – 8:30PM

          Seniors and at-risk shoppers

          Tuesday Morning Only                                      6AM – 7AM

Tuesday                                                      7AM – 7PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 3PM

          Sunday                                                        10AM – 6PM

 

Webb’s (Akron)                      (574) 893-4413

Curbside pick-up only/ Deliveries on extreme cases

Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 6PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 1PM

Closed Sunday

 

Webb’s (Rochester)                 (574) 223-2216

Curbside pick-up & delivery / Drive through / Front Door is locked

Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 7PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 3PM

Closed Sunday

         

 

 

Grocery Store Hours:

Kroger                                     (574) 223-3881                                

Seniors and at-risk shoppers                     7AM – 8AM

Daily                                                           8AM – 9PM

 

Save-A-Lot                               (574) 224-3434                               

Daily Seniors and at-risk shoppers           9AM – 10AM

Daily                                                           10AM – 6PM

                                                                  

Dollar General (Akron)         (574) 353-0168

Seniors and at-risk shoppers                     8AM – 9AM

Daily                                                           9AM – 9PM

 

Dollar General (Rochester)    (765) 319-8775   

Seniors and at-risk shoppers                     8AM – 9AM

Daily                                                          9AM – 9PM

 

Viking Foods                          (574) 893-4563   

Monday – Saturday                                    7AM – 6PM

Sunday                                                       11AM – 4PM

 

Walmart                                  (574) 223-9481

Seniors and at-risk shoppers

Tuesday Morning Only                                      6AM – 7AM

Daily                                                           7AM - 8:30PM   

 

Food:

          School Meals

PDF files of Rochester, Akron & Caston School Lunch

On County and School Websites.

 

Church Meals / Food Banks

Grace United Methodist Church Cancelled Free Meals on Wednesday

 

The Cross                                 (574) 223-3107

“Matthew’s Market” 100 West 3rd Street, Rochester

Monday, Friday                                          11:30AM – 1:30PM

Mobile Pantry Second Thurs of the Month          4PM – 6PM

*Gatherings will be kept to a limit due to social distancing*

 

 

 

 

Kewanna Food Pantry           (574) 653-9052

114 South Toner St, Kewanna

Serving Aubbeenaubbee, Union, and Wayne Townships

Thursday                                                    8:30AM – 10:30AM

 

 

UWS Ministries of Akron      (574) 893-4121

301 S West St, Akron

Serving Henry and Newcastle Townships by Appointment Only

Thursday Pickup                                        2PM – 4PM

 

Area Special Announcements:

  • For Information Regarding Federal Aid Contact Terry Lee at Fulton County Economic Development.  Phone:  574-223-3326
  • Daily Meetings are being held with Community Leaders. 
  • All County Buildings are still officially closed to the public
  • Rochester City building is closed to the public/drive-through only
  • Limited Travel advisory per Governor Holcomb (limitations stated at https://www.in.gov/gov/) Information Websites listed above
  • All non-essential businesses are closed (example: gym, salons, barbershops, nail, tattoo, country clubs, service clubs, bowling alley)

Updates and Closures:  03/26/20

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04/07/20 – Fulton County Government

Due to the ongoing effort to keep everyone safe during this Covid-19 emergency we will be requiring anyone from the public who has to enter the Annex, Court House, Highway Dept., Sheriffs administration building and the jail to wear a mask covering their nose and mouth.  If any departments have any public in on a regular basis, could you please reach out to them and give them a heads up on wearing a mask as we will NOT be providing the masks.

 

Respectfully,

 

Bryan W. Lewis

Pres. Commissioners

 

04/07/20

 NEWS RELEASE

 

Fulton County Property Tax Statements

 

Fulton County’s 2019 payable 2020 tax statements will be mailed April 14th.  You will see that the tax bills will look different this year.  You will need to use the appropriate spring or fall coupon when making your payments.  If you are paying for the whole year at once, you can pay with one check but please send us both the spring and fall coupons and make sure your check totals both the spring and fall coupons.

The County Annex building is currently closed to the public until further notice.  Please look for updates from the County Commissioners.

Property tax due dates are May 11th for the spring installment and November 10th for the fall installment.  Due dates have not changed.  Please make every effort to pay on-time.  We are aware that the Governor has indicated late penalties will be delayed until July 10th.  We have not received final details on this from the state yet.  There are many questions and concerns that have not been finalized relating to the penalty delay.

It is understood that this is a difficult time for everyone, every household, every business and every government entity.  Your property taxes provide funding for many government and public entities that must continue to have proper funding to provide the public services that are needed for all of us.  Paying on-time is important.

As we exercise caution in dealing with the current health situation relating to the COVID-19 Virus, we are requesting the public NOT come to the Fulton County Annex building to pay your property taxes, unless it is absolutely necessary.

Please follow the guidelines listed below:

  1. Please limit your exposure to public places.  Be extremely cautious if you have any underlying health concern that may further compromise your health if exposed to this or other viruses.

 

  1. If you feel ill, or have any symptoms of illness, please DO NOT come to the annex building.

 

  1. If you have been around anyone who has been ill, please DO NOT come to the annex building.

 

  1. If you have questions about your taxes – CALL US 574-223-2913.  We will be happy to answer your questions over the phone or email me treasurer@co.fulton.in.us.

 

There are multiple PAYMENT OPTIONS that are available to you:

  1. Pay by MAIL.  Your envelope must be postmarked by the due date to be consider on-time. Send a self-addressed/stamped envelope if you want a return receipt(s).  Check or money order is accepted.  DO NOT SEND CASH.

 

  1. ON-LINE BILL PAY with YOUR bank.  There is typically no charge by your bank for this service.  Use your Parcel Number or your Duplicate Number as your account number when paying by this method.

 

  1. Pay by DEBIT or CREDIT CARD with a service fee of 2.50% (charged by the service provider) of the total you are paying.  Go to www.co.fulton.in.us under the Treasurer’s page and follow the links.

 

  1. DROP BOX outside the Annex Building.  We are providing a drop box outside the Annex building by the south doors.  We will be checking this drop box several times a day.  Please have your payment in an envelope or we have an envelope box on the side of the drop box. Please place your check and payment coupon in the envelope.  If you want a receipt, please provide a self-addressed/stamped envelope.  Check or Money Order Only – NO CASH in the drop box.

 

  1. Local Banks – Lake City Bank and Community State Bank in Kewanna will be taking payments.  Please have your coupon and pay exact amount only.

 

Partial payments are always accepted anytime throughout the year.  If you have any questions, please contact the appropriate office –

  • Tax Payments – Treasurer’s Office at 574-223-2913
  • Exemptions – Auditor’s Office at 574-223-2912
  • Assessed Values – Assessor’s Office at 574-223-2801
  • Drainage Assessments – Surveyor’s Office at 574-223-3317

Thank you for your time and understanding and I appreciate your cooperation.

Please, if you have any questions, call us at 574-223-2913.

Kathy Easterday

Fulton County Treasurer

125 E 9th Street Ste 112

Rochester, IN 46975

treasurer@co.fulton.in.us

574-223-2913

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/02/20 – Rochester Community Schools

Beginning Friday, March 20, Rochester Community Schools will provide food routes and pick-up locations for our families. The meal packages are intended to cover five days per student. Cafeteria staff will develop meals for all free and reduced lunch students. If you would like this free service provided and are NOT on free/reduced meals, please email kathy.wilkinson@zebras.net or call 574-223-2159 ext. 5004 by noon on Thursday, March 19 so staff knows to package food for your student. This FREE FOR ALL service will last the entirety of school not in session.

Pick up locations are on Fridays from 11:00 am to 12:30 at:
     - Heart to Heart Church of the Nazarene (1987 Southway 31)
     - Grace United Methodist Church (201 West 7th Street)
     - Faith Outreach Church (1125 East 9th Street)
     - Mill Creek Church (1136 North State Road 25)
     - Safe Harbor Church (1944 Sweetgum Road)

 

Food cannot be consumed on site.

 
Meals will be delivered on Fridays from  to students who ride busses:

 

 - 4 (Brad Smiley)
- 14 (Stacy Ingram)
- 19 (Ion Tamer)
- 21 (Mary James)
- 27 (Kevin Wallskog)
 

Someone must be home to pick up the food package. If you are not able to be home during that time, please contact Mrs. Wilkinson to arrange for church pick-up or another form of delivery

 

Respectfully

Jana K. Vance, Ed.S

Superintendent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/02/20 – The Outlet

THE OUTLET - DRIVE THRU

Come and grab a snack bag for

the children in your home!

Every Wednesday 4 to 5pm

602 Main Street

Rochester, IN 46975

To comply with social distancing please only 1 or 2 people from each family to pick up and stay 6 ft from others.

 

04/02/20 – Caston Schools

Dear Caston Family:


We're happy to inform you that Caston’s Food Service Department will be providing free sack
breakfasts & lunches for all students every Monday and Tuesday, behind the school, located at Door 9 from 11-1:00..
There are three options that we are giving our community at this time (subject to change as we have
opportunities to evaluate the program).


Option 1: Email Alysha Marrs (marrsa@caston.k12.in.us) by 9:00 a.m. to inform her you will be driving through to pick up
bagged meals at the back drive by the football field at door #9 (right by the loading dock) between
11:00 AM & 1:00 PM Monday or Tuesday. Your email needs to include the number of children in your
household needing meals (anyone 18 & under). You can then conveniently pull up to that area and the bags of meals will
be delivered to your automobile -- no need to get out of the car!


Option 2: If you have no means of picking up meals during the pick-up time stated above, please
contact Alysha Marrs (marrsa@caston.k12.in.us) to setup for delivery. We will get back to you and do our best to deliver
meals to convenient locations for families on Mondays ONLY.


We love our young Comets and want to help during these trying times, so we are encouraging our community to pick up a weeks worth of meals, on Mondays or Tuesdays, to limit public exposure and do our part to do essential traveling.  This service, we are providing, is FREE to ALL, regardless if you recieve assistance or not. If there is anything further we can assist you with to make these coming weeks easier, please let us know. Thanks!

03/27/20 – City of Rochester

Rochester, March 23, 2020:  

 

In accordance to Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-08, Stay at Home Order.  The City of Rochester has implemented these additional measures:

 

  1. City Offices will be closed to the public beginning at 12:00pm on March 24, 2020.  Local Government is an essential operation and staff will remain in the office during regular business hours (7:30am – 4:00pm).  Please call City Hall at 574-223-2510 during these hours for city business related needs. 
  2. Utility payments will still be accepted by any of these methods:
    1. Online, by phone, drop box, or drive up window. 
  3. All city parks will be closed to all activities, this includes the Round Barn Golf Club and Course.

 

Please visit the Fulton County webpage at www.co.fulton.in.us for the most current information for our county and for links to State and Federal updates and resources. 

 

Thank you.

Mayor Denton 

 

03/26/20 – Town of Fulton

Effective Tuesday, March 24th, the Fulton Town Hall will be closed to in-person services and payments until further notice.  Also, our curbside recycling is suspending until further notice.  Any questions:  Call office phone at (574) 857-3162 or email us at townoffulton@hotmail.com

 

03/26/20 – Town of Akron

Per the guidance of Indiana Governor Holcomb, all Pike Memorial Park playground equipment and the basketball courts are now closed until further notice. Open park spaces and trails may still be utilized within the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

 

The Akron Municipal Utilities Billing / Customer Service Office will be Temporarily Suspending Both IN-PERSON Services and IN-Person Utility Payments until Further Notice.

English Statement from Town of Akron

https://www.co.fulton.in.us/egov/documents/1585054284_53699.jpg

Spanish Statement from Town of Akron

https://www.co.fulton.in.us/egov/documents/1585054335_53993.jpg

 

03/26/20 – Guidance for Funeral Homes

The Fulton County Health Officer, Dr. David K. Reyburn MD declares the following guidance for funeral homes in Fulton County, Indiana, beginning immediately and remaining in effect until April 7, 2020.  The order may be extended to comply with Governor Holcomb’s Executive Orders for the State of Indiana.

  1. Funeral and graveside services shall be no larger than 10 persons. This should be     immediate family only. The 10 person maximum also includes the staff associated with and working with the funeral home. 
  2. Alternatives to rule out number 1 for funeral services may include the following:
    1. Hold the body until ban is lifted.
    2. Use technology such as live streaming for funeral service. 
  3. No visitation. Friends of the family may provide their condolences by utilizing the funeral homes website. 

This order is given in conjunction with the Executive Orders released by Governor Holcomb for the safety of our state and local community.

03/25/20 – No New Updates at this time

 

03/24/20 – Fulton County Courthouse

At this time there are no plans to close the courts due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.  However, effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020 the Fulton County Courthouse doors will be locked and only media, litigants and their attorney (s) with scheduled hearings shall be allowed in the courthouse.  “Social distancing” will be required inside the courthouse.  Please file a motion to continue your case if you are sick.  Non-essential hearings as determined by the courts may be continued on the court’s own motion. 

 

Please contact the court that your case is filed if you have any questions:  

 

Circuit Court:                 (574) 223-4339

Superior Court               (574) 223-3506

 

The Fulton County Clerk’s Office is open by appointment only.  Please call (574) 223-2911 for specific needs.  These measures are being taken to protect the health of the courthouse employees and shall be in effect until further order.

 

 

 

 

 

03/23/20

Fulton County Solid Waste/Recycling is closed until further notice

 

Informational Websites:

          Approved Formula for Bleach Disinfectant

          https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/bleach.html

https://www.co.fulton.in.us/department/index.php?structureid=87

          https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

          https://www.in.gov/coronavirus/

          https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus#tab=tab_1

          https://www.coronavirus.gov/

 

Questions? Please Call (574) 223-2819

 

Walmart announces it will limit number of customers inside stores

In this taxing and uncertain time, our associates have gone above and beyond to help Americans get the food, medicine and supplies they need.

 

We care deeply about our associates’ health and well-being, and in recent weeks we’ve taken steps such as expanding our paid leave policies; closing our stores overnight for cleanings and restocking; installing sneeze guards and social distance markers in stores; beginning temperature checks; and starting to make gloves and masks available to associates who want them.

 

While many of our customers have been following the advice of the medical community regarding social distancing and safety, we have been concerned to still see some behaviors in our stores that put undue risk on our people. We want to encourage customers to bring the fewest number of people per family necessary to shop, allow for space with other customers while shopping, and practice social distancing while waiting in lines. We’re also seeing states and municipalities set varying policies regarding crowd control – which has created some confusion regarding shopping.

 

To promote health, safety and consistency for our associates and customers in this environment, we’re taking some further steps for our U.S. stores:

 

Regulating Store Entry

Starting Saturday, we will limit the number of customers who can be in a store at once. Stores will now allow no more than five customers for each 1,000 square feet at a given time, roughly 20 percent of a store’s capacity.

 

To manage this restriction, the associates at a store will mark a queue at a single-entry door (in most cases the Grocery entrance) and direct arriving customers there, where they will be admitted one-by-one and counted. Associates and signage will remind customers of the importance of social distancing while they’re waiting to enter a store – especially before it opens in the morning.

 

Once a store reaches its capacity, customers will be admitted inside on a “1-out-1-in” basis.

 

Shopping Inside the Store

We’ll also institute one-way movement through our aisles next week in a number of our stores, using floor markers and direction from associates. We expect this to help more customers avoid coming into close contact with others as they shop.

 

We’ll continue to put signage inside our stores to remind customers of the need to maintain social distancing – especially in lines. And once customers check out, they will be directed to exit through a different door than they entered, which should help lessen the instances of people closely passing each other.

 

We always want people to feel welcome at Walmart, and we know that in ordinary times a store is a gathering place for members of a community to connect and socialize. We look forward to the time when that is again the case; however, we now want to prioritize health and safety by encouraging customers to do their shopping at a distance from others, then head home.

 

As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, our leaders and operations teams will continue to listen to advice from medical experts, associates and customers, and consider how we can best serve people while helping slow the spread of the virus. The health and safety of our associates and customers is what matters the most.

 

Fulton County Health Dept COVID-19 update - April 2

Fulton County COVID-19 Daily Brief by the Authority of Fulton County Health Officer Dr. Kevin Reyburn and Fulton County Health Nurse Rhonda Barnett RN

 

**All information is subject to change**

 

General Guidelines:

          SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19

  • FEVER
  • COUGH
  • SHORTNESS OF BREATH OR DIFFICULTY BREATHING
  • TIREDNESS
  • ACHES
  • RUNNY NOSE
  • SORE THROAT
  • NAUSEA
  • DIARRHEA
  • RED BURNING WATERY EYES
  • LOSS OF SMELL AND TASTE

 

IF YOU ARE HAVING SYMPTOMS OF COVID-19 YOU MUST SELF ISOLATE AND CONTACT YOUR PHYSICIAN.  ISOLATION MUST BE AT LEAST 7 DAYS AND 72 HOURS FREE OF FEVER WITHOUT FEVER REDUCER.

 

TYLENOL (ACETAMINOPHEN) SHOULD BE USED IF YOU HAVE COVID-19 SYMPTOMS.  IBUPROFIN USAGE IS NOT RECOMMENDED.

 

          WASH YOUR HANDS FREQUENTLY, MINIMUM 20 SECONDS

 

AVOID TOUCHING YOUR EYES, NOSE, AND MOUTH WITH UNWASHED HANDS

 

CLEAN AND DISINFECT FREQUENTLY TOUCHED SURFACES AMD OBJECTS.

 

NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES SHALL BE CLOSED / FOOD SERVICES PICK-UP ONLY

 

          ESSENTIAL TRAVEL ONLY IS RECOMMENDED

 

Hospital:

          Total Positive Tests – 3

          Fulton County Residents Positive – 1

          Out of County Residents Positive – 2

 

**REMINDER**

 

IF YOU HAVE BEEN TESTED FOR COVID-19 YOU MUST GO HOME AND SELF-ISOLATE IMMEDIATELY TILL RESULTS ARE CONFIRMED.  CONTACT A FRIEND OR LOVED ONE TO DO ANY ESSENTIAL ERRANDS YOU MAY NEED DURING THIS PERIOD.  FOLLOW THE RECOMMED SELF-DISTANCING PROCEDURES.

 

ER Open for Emergency’s

          Surgeries - Case by Case decided by your Doctor

          Visitation - No visitation with limited exceptions

 

IF YOU ARE RETURNING FROM A HOT SPOT COUNTY THAT HAS MULTIPLE POSITIVE CASES OF COVID-19. YOU MUST SELF-IOLATE FOR (14) FOURTEEN DAYS.  DO NOT LEAVE THE HOUSE AND IF YOU DEVELOP SYMPTOMS CALL ONE OF ABOVE NUMBER IMMEDIATELY.

 

Reminder that Essential Travel only. Essential Businesses must have 10 persons or less with the exception of Agriculture (food production) that remains 50 persons or less with social distancing.

 

 

 

Medication (Pharmacy):

Kroger                                    (574) 223-6347

Drive-through & Walk up window Open

Monday - Friday                                         9AM – 9PM

          Saturday                                                     9AM – 6PM

          Sunday                                                        11AM – 6PM

 

CVS                                        (574) 224-4304

          Drive-through

          Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 8PM

          Saturday & Sunday                                    10AM – 5PM

 

Walgreens                               (574) 223-3249

Drive-through & Some shopping if needed

Seniors                                                       

Tuesday Morning Only                                      8AM – 9AM

Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 7PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 6PM

Sunday                                                       10AM – 6PM

 

Walmart                                  (574) 223-9482

          Drive-through only “side by hotels”

          Monday, Wednesday - Saturday                 9AM – 8:30PM

          Seniors and at-risk shoppers

          Tuesday Morning Only                                      6AM – 7AM

Tuesday                                                      7AM – 7PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 3PM

          Sunday                                                        10AM – 6PM

 

Webb’s (Akron)                      (574) 893-4413

Curbside pick-up only/ Deliveries on extreme cases

Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 6PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 1PM

Closed Sunday

 

Webb’s (Rochester)                 (574) 223-2216

Curbside pick-up & delivery / Drive through / Front Door is locked

Monday – Friday                                        9AM – 7PM

Saturday                                                     9AM – 3PM

Closed Sunday

         

 

 

Grocery Store Hours:

Kroger                                     (574) 223-3881                                

Seniors and at-risk shoppers                     7AM – 8AM

Daily                                                           8AM – 9PM

 

Save-A-Lot                               (574) 224-3434                               

Daily Seniors and at-risk shoppers           9AM – 10AM

Daily                                                           10AM – 6PM

                                                                  

Dollar General (Akron)         (574) 353-0168

Seniors and at-risk shoppers                     8AM – 9AM

Daily                                                           9AM – 9PM

 

Dollar General (Rochester)    (765) 319-8775   

Seniors and at-risk shoppers                     8AM – 9AM

Daily                                                          9AM – 9PM

 

Viking Foods                          (574) 893-4563   

Monday – Saturday                                    7AM – 6PM

Sunday                                                       11AM – 4PM

 

Walmart                                  (574) 223-9481

Seniors and at-risk shoppers

Tuesday Morning Only                                      6AM – 7AM

Daily                                                           7AM - 8:30PM   

 

Food:

          School Meals

PDF files of Rochester, Akron & Caston School Lunch

On County and School Websites.

 

Church Meals / Food Banks

Grace United Methodist Church Cancelled Free Meals on Wednesday

 

The Cross                                 (574) 223-3107

“Matthew’s Market” 100 West 3rd Street, Rochester

Monday, Friday                                          11:30AM – 1:30PM

Mobile Pantry Second Thurs of the Month          4PM – 6PM

*Gatherings will be kept to a limit due to social distancing*

 

 

 

 

Kewanna Food Pantry           (574) 653-9052

114 South Toner St, Kewanna

Serving Aubbeenaubbee, Union, and Wayne Townships

Thursday                                                    8:30AM – 10:30AM

 

 

UWS Ministries of Akron      (574) 893-4121

301 S West St, Akron

Serving Henry and Newcastle Townships by Appointment Only

Thursday Pickup                                        2PM – 4PM

 

 

Area Special Announcements:

  • For Information Regarding Federal Aid Contact Terry Lee at Fulton County Economic Development.  Phone:  574-223-3326
  • Daily Meetings are being held with Community Leaders. 
  • All County Buildings are still officially closed to the public
  • Rochester City building is closed to the public/drive-through only
  • Limited Travel advisory per Governor Holcomb (limitations stated at https://www.in.gov/gov/) Information Websites listed above
  • All non-essential businesses are closed (example: gym, salons, barbershops, nail, tattoo, country clubs, service clubs, bowling alley)

Updates and Closures:  03/26/20

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04/02/20 – Rochester Community Schools

Beginning Friday, March 20, Rochester Community Schools will provide food routes and pick-up locations for our families. The meal packages are intended to cover five days per student. Cafeteria staff will develop meals for all free and reduced lunch students. If you would like this free service provided and are NOT on free/reduced meals, please email kathy.wilkinson@zebras.net or call 574-223-2159 ext. 5004 by noon on Thursday, March 19 so staff knows to package food for your student. This FREE FOR ALL service will last the entirety of school not in session.

Pick up locations are on Fridays from 11:00 am to 12:30 at:
     - Heart to Heart Church of the Nazarene (1987 Southway 31)
     - Grace United Methodist Church (201 West 7th Street)
     - Faith Outreach Church (1125 East 9th Street)
     - Mill Creek Church (1136 North State Road 25)
     - Safe Harbor Church (1944 Sweetgum Road)

 

Food cannot be consumed on site.

 
Meals will be delivered on Fridays from  to students who ride busses:

 

 - 4 (Brad Smiley)
- 14 (Stacy Ingram)
- 19 (Ion Tamer)
- 21 (Mary James)
- 27 (Kevin Wallskog)
 

Someone must be home to pick up the food package. If you are not able to be home during that time, please contact Mrs. Wilkinson to arrange for church pick-up or another form of delivery

 

Respectfully

Jana K. Vance, Ed.S

Superintendent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

04/02/20 – The Outlet

THE OUTLET - DRIVE THRU

Come and grab a snack bag for

the children in your home!

Every Wednesday 4 to 5pm

602 Main Street

Rochester, IN 46975

To comply with social distancing please only 1 or 2 people from each family to pick up and stay 6 ft from others.

 

04/02/20 – Caston Schools

Dear Caston Family:


We're happy to inform you that Caston’s Food Service Department will be providing free sack
breakfasts & lunches for all students every Monday and Tuesday, behind the school, located at Door 9 from 11-1:00..
There are three options that we are giving our community at this time (subject to change as we have
opportunities to evaluate the program).


Option 1: Email Alysha Marrs (marrsa@caston.k12.in.us) by 9:00 a.m. to inform her you will be driving through to pick up bagged meals at the back drive by the football field at door #9 (right by the loading dock) between 11:00 AM & 1:00 PM Monday or Tuesday. Your email needs to include the number of children in your household needing meals (anyone 18 & under). You can then conveniently pull up to that area and the bags of meals will be delivered to your automobile -- no need to get out of the car!


Option 2: If you have no means of picking up meals during the pick-up time stated above, please contact Alysha Marrs (marrsa@caston.k12.in.us) to setup for delivery. We will get back to you and do our best to deliver meals to convenient locations for families on Mondays ONLY.


We love our young Comets and want to help during these trying times, so we are encouraging our community to pick up a weeks worth of meals, on Mondays or Tuesdays, to limit public exposure and do our part to do essential traveling.  This service, we are providing, is FREE to ALL, regardless if you recieve assistance or not. If there is anything further we can assist you with to make these coming weeks easier, please let us know. Thanks!

 

03/27/20 – City of Rochester

Rochester, March 23, 2020:  

 

In accordance to Governor Holcomb’s Executive Order 20-08, Stay at Home Order.  The City of Rochester has implemented these additional measures:

 

  1. City Offices will be closed to the public beginning at 12:00pm on March 24, 2020.  Local Government is an essential operation and staff will remain in the office during regular business hours (7:30am – 4:00pm).  Please call City Hall at 574-223-2510 during these hours for city business related needs. 
  2. Utility payments will still be accepted by any of these methods:
    1. Online, by phone, drop box, or drive up window. 
  3. All city parks will be closed to all activities, this includes the Round Barn Golf Club and Course.

 

Please visit the Fulton County webpage at www.co.fulton.in.us for the most current information for our county and for links to State and Federal updates and resources. 

 

Thank you.

Mayor Denton 

 

 

03/26/20 – Town of Fulton

Effective Tuesday, March 24th, the Fulton Town Hall will be closed to in-person services and payments until further notice.  Also, our curbside recycling is suspending until further notice.  Any questions:  Call office phone at (574) 857-3162 or email us at townoffulton@hotmail.com

 

 

03/26/20 – Town of Akron

Per the guidance of Indiana Governor Holcomb, all Pike Memorial Park playground equipment and the basketball courts are now closed until further notice. Open park spaces and trails may still be utilized within the COVID-19 safety guidelines.

 

The Akron Municipal Utilities Billing / Customer Service Office will be Temporarily Suspending Both IN-PERSON Services and IN-Person Utility Payments until Further Notice.

English Statement from Town of Akron

https://www.co.fulton.in.us/egov/documents/1585054284_53699.jpg

Spanish Statement from Town of Akron

https://www.co.fulton.in.us/egov/documents/1585054335_53993.jpg

 

 

03/26/20 – Guidance for Funeral Homes

The Fulton County Health Officer, Dr. David K. Reyburn MD declares the following guidance for funeral homes in Fulton County, Indiana, beginning immediately and remaining in effect until April 7, 2020.  The order may be extended to comply with Governor Holcomb’s Executive Orders for the State of Indiana.

  1. Funeral and graveside services shall be no larger than 10 persons. This should be     immediate family only. The 10 person maximum also includes the staff associated with and working with the funeral home. 
  2. Alternatives to rule out number 1 for funeral services may include the following:
    1. Hold the body until ban is lifted.
    2. Use technology such as live streaming for funeral service. 
  3. No visitation. Friends of the family may provide their condolences by utilizing the funeral homes website. 

This order is given in conjunction with the Executive Orders released by Governor Holcomb for the safety of our state and local community.

 

03/25/20 – No New Updates at this time

 

03/24/20 – Fulton County Courthouse

At this time there are no plans to close the courts due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic.  However, effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020 the Fulton County Courthouse doors will be locked and only media, litigants and their attorney (s) with scheduled hearings shall be allowed in the courthouse.  “Social distancing” will be required inside the courthouse.  Please file a motion to continue your case if you are sick.  Non-essential hearings as determined by the courts may be continued on the court’s own motion. 

 

Please contact the court that your case is filed if you have any questions:  

 

Circuit Court:                 (574) 223-4339

Superior Court               (574) 223-3506

 

The Fulton County Clerk’s Office is open by appointment only.  Please call (574) 223-2911 for specific needs.  These measures are being taken to protect the health of the courthouse employees and shall be in effect until further order.

 

 

03/23/20

Fulton County Solid Waste/Recycling is closed until further notice

 

Informational Websites:

          Approved Formula for Bleach Disinfectant

          https://www.cdc.gov/disasters/bleach.html

https://www.co.fulton.in.us/department/index.php?structureid=87

          https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html

          https://www.in.gov/coronavirus/

          https://www.who.int/health-topics/coronavirus#tab=tab_1

          https://www.coronavirus.gov/

 

Questions? Please Call (574) 223-2819

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