The public access restrictions that were put in place at county owned government buildings will remain in place at least through April. The last edition of my notes had a typo that stated August. My apologies.
Thirty-two residents of Cumberland County have tested positive for COVID-19, the novel coronavirus. That is an increase of six. Contact tracing is standard in all cases, so if you have been in close contact with someone that has tested positive, you will be notified. More detailed information can be found here:
DO YOUR PART, STAY APART!
With Governor Lee’s order to Stay at Home, one easy way you can Do Your Part, Stay Apart is to renew your vehicle registration online. Even though the vehicle registration renewal deadlines for March and April have been extended to June 15, 2020, there is a quick and easy way to renew your vehicle tags online at http://www.cumberlandcountytn.gov.
Click on the heading “HOW DO I…” then find “Renew My Tags” and then click the box labeled “Online Plate Renewal”. Or you can click on this link:
Follow the prompts to find your plate, pay with a credit card, and your renewal paperwork and tags will come in the mail within a couple of days! I know because I just did it. Even though I work in the courthouse where the tags are processed, I decided to practice social distancing and renew online. It’s easy and it’s fast!
Thank you for being part of the solution and thank you for the opportunity to serve as your County Mayor. If you are interested in following the events of the county, please subscribe to my newsletter, and follow me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Cumberland County Mayor
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Do you suggest we stop recycling? (stay apart).