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Hiawatha Fisher Center, Municipal Court reopen

(KNZA)--The Hiawatha Fisher Center has re-opened, and cases are being heard again in Municipal Court.

Hiawatha Parks and Recreation Director Stacy Jasper informed the City Commission Monday evening that the Fisher Center re-opened Monday for scheduled events only.

Currently, Jasper said they are abiding by gatherings of 50 or less and limiting traffic in the building as the doors remain locked to the public.

She said they are allowing walkers to use the gym by appointment only.

It will be re-evaluated at the Commission's June 15 meeting.

At the request of City Attorney Andy Delaney, the Commission approved the re-opening of Municipal Court.

Delaney said they had a full docket set for Tuesday.

Both the Fisher Center and Municipal Court have been closed since late March to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.





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