City Manager, Martin Moore, City Fire Chief, Stefano Napolitano and Executive Director of the Batavia Development Corporation (BDC), Andrew Maquire. Martin explained how City residents can conduct business with the City Clerk-Treasurer’s Office and the Bureau of Inspection along with providing other City updates. Chief Napolitano provided some updates with the City Fire Department and emphasized the importance of people calling 911 to not be afraid to disclose to the dispatcher if they are Covid-19 symptomatic. The City Fire Department will show up regardless, but the more information they have the better for all parties. BDC Director Andrew Maquire discussed the efforts being undertaken to assist local businesses as they prepare to hopefully start re-opening and ramping up operations over the coming weeks.
COVID-19 Community Support Map
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