Town of McMillan declares state of emergency
For Hub City Times
TOWN OF MCMILLAN – The town of McMillan has declared a State of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Town officials and employees are working to stay up to date with the evolving threat by following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Marathon County Health and Emergency Management Departments.
“Due to the serious health risk that this poses to the community, the town would like to reassure all citizens we are doing everything possible to protect health and safety during this time,” town officials said in a release.
“Declaring a State of Emergency allows the town of McMillan to access physical and financial assistance from state and federal agencies. It also authorizes Town officials to take certain emergency actions as may be needed, including purchasing materials and services, and closing or limiting access to municipal buildings and facilities.”
The town will continue to monitor the situation and make adjustments accordingly. McMillan clerk and treasurer office personnel are available at 715-389-1338 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or in office by appointment.
“I would like to reassure the citizens of the town of McMillan that we are doing everything we can to stay current with the ever-changing information concerning COVID-19. We will continue working with all of the agencies and departments involved to get through this difficult and unsure time,” McMillan Town Chair Debbie Derfus stated.