County reopens for regular business


Under the watchful eye of its mother, a calf basks in the Carter County sunlight of a pleasant April day.

On April 22, Governor Bullock announced a phased program for gradually reopening the State of Montana allowing more normal routines that were enjoyed prior to the COVID-19 shutdown.

A motion was made by Commissioner Rod Tauck and seconded by Commissioner Mike Watkins to reopen Carter County offices for regular business effective Monday, April 27, at 10 a.m. Carter County will continue to adhere to physical distancing protocols within the confined areas of the courthouse, museum, road and bridge, weed and airport and conservation district buildings.

The public is asked to be mindful of the social distancing guidelines that have been practiced during COVID-19 closures. Hand sanitizer and other disinfectants will be provided as needed. The six foot rule will apply at the counters and only one person can be in the vault at any time.

Individual offices may implement other criteria in order to keep employees and the public safe during this time. The board is grateful for the public's consideration in this matter.


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