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Mayor Caldwell announced city curfew pilot program over Easter weekend

April 9, 2020

In the city’s daily press conference today, Major Kirk Caldwell announced a city curfew program over the Easter weekend. Caldwell said, “enforcement hours will be between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. There are some exceptions. For those people driving to and from work and those making deliveries, security vehicles, those trying to pick up medication and anybody who needs to go to the hospital or if there’s an emergency and of course any of our first responders.

“There will be no vehicles that includes cars, motorcycles, mopeds, bicycles, tricycles, anything with a wheel will not be allowed out on the roadways from the hours of 11pm starting Friday night until 0500 on Monday.

Police Chief Susan Ballard added, “We would prefer that you don’t walk (at those times).

The Mayor closed by saying, “this is a trial, a test period. It may be extended to the duration and through April 30.”

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