City Hall reopens for early voting
By Wausau Times staff
WAUSAU – The Wausau City Hall reopened July 20 on what Mayor Katie Rosenberg called a trial basis.
“This week is a ‘trial’ week before Early Voting starts next week along with Open Book for the Assessment Department,” Rosenberg stated.
“This will continue at least until August 7, 2020, at which time this will be evaluated to determine continuation.
Rosenberg added that precautions have been enacted to mitigate the chance for any potential COVID spread.
“Maintenance has hired K-Tech Cleaning to continue cleaning constantly throughout city hall and hitting the high touch areas. Brian Bartkowiak has altered our HVAC system to bring more fresh air into the building so there is less recirculating. We have sanitizing stations available for the public entering the building. Masks are available from the HR Department if employees want them,” she explained.
Rosenberg said that no criteria has been created for staying open after the end of the early voting period, which will be evaluated at that time.