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Officials confirm first case of COVID-19 in Sibley County

4/2/2020

By Kurt Menk
Editor

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH), on Thursday, March 26, confirmed one positive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, in Sibley County. It is Sibley County’s first confirmed case of the respiratory illness.
Sibley County Public Health confirmed that the case involves an individual in their 40’s and is travel-related.
The individual will be asked  to quarantine themselves for 14 days from their exposure and will be monitored for fever and respiratory symptoms. MDH is working with the infected person identifying and contacting all potentially exposed individuals.


Sibley County Public Health and Human Services will be responsible for coordinating essential services for those in isolation and quarantine due to COVID-19 exposure. These services include ensuring they have access to food and water, healthcare and other necessities.

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Arlington City Council votes to clean water tower this year

4/2/2020

The Arlington City Council, during its recent regular meeting, unanimously approved a motion to accept a $4,200 quote from Water Tower Clean & Coat, Lodi, Wis., for exterior washing of the water tower.
City Council members Rick Amrhein, Michelle Battcher, Laura Gilman, Tom Hatlestad and Joe Morgan all voted in support of the motion.


The other quote received was from National Wash Authority, LCC, Morrison, Ill., in the amount of $6,500.
The project is scheduled to be completed this spring.

 

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Arlington is advised not to give up ambulance license

4/2/2020

The Arlington Ambulance Committee recently met to seek information and explore options for the future of the Arlington Ambulance Service. Committee members in attendance included City Council members Michelle Batt-cher and Laura Gilman. City Administrator Amy Newsom and Mayor Rich Nagel were also present.
Emergency Medical Services Regulatory Board representatives Brian Shorten and Holly Jacobs (via phone) and Burnsville Fire Chief BJ Jungmann were also present for the meeting.


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