Three Lakes cancels all public events through July 31
Chair planning for worst, hoping for best
Star Journal report
Three Lakes town chairman Jeff Bruss announced on Facebook today that the board has decided to cancel all public events scheduled through July 31, 2020. Included are all events that “gather on public or private property that are open to or gather the public, such as tournaments, parades, memorial ceremonies, races, sporting games and practices.”
Bruss emphasized the date will be reevaluated regularly and if circumstances change, the town will “adjust accordingly and swiftly in either direction.” He said the board is “preparing for the worst, but hoping for the best.” By canceling events now, Bruss stated, it sets an “expectation level” which makes it easier to rescind the no-event mandate than canceling events a day, week or month in advance.
Bruss also emphasized social distancing, staying home, and reminded people who are going to Three Lakes from any location outside of Oneida County need to self-quarantine for two weeks, regardless of whether they are returning from a vacation, business trip or winter home.
See the entire notice at Jeff Bruss TL Chairman Facebook Page.