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CREEDMOOR — The Creedmoor Board of Commissioners held an emergency meeting by phone on Tuesday to review emergency plans as the number of COVID-19 cases increases in North Carolina.
The board passed resolutions approving the city’s Continuity of Government plan and it Continuity of Operations plans.
The board wrestled with many items, including the command hierarchy in the event of an emergency situation. It also debated where to put its emergency base should the primary location, City Hall, be compromised.
The board tasked City Manager Korena Weichel with ensuring lines of communication are working and emergency management of the city can take place if needed.
The resolution with requested changes passed 3-2, with Commissioners Georgana Kicinski and Ed Mims voting against the resolution.
The board also moved its April 7 meeting to April 20.