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Moving Forward Together After the Stay-At-Home Mandate

May 01, 2020

Governor Kelly is lifting the stay-at-home mandate after May 3rd, with a gradual phased plan of reopening the state. However, due to rising cases of COVID-19 in our area and due to the fact that we have facilities spread out among multiple counties, saftey is a concern and we want to limit non-essential travel as much as possible.  

Phase I of Governor Kelly’s plan looks very similar to what we are already doing, so please continue to conduct business utilizing our new processes and we will revisit this again on May 18th when Governor Kelly potentially moves us to Phase 2.  

We apologize for any inconvenience.  The safety of our customers, our employees and our communities is our top priority.  We look forward to getting back to visiting with you face to face as soon as it is safe to do so.  

We appreciate your business and your cooperation.



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