Goshen mayor orders non-essential city employees to stay at home
GOSHEN, Ind.— Goshen Mayor Jeremy Stutsman signed an executive order Thursday requesting that all non-essential city employees stay at home.
Starting Monday, April 6, all city employees not providing essential services will stay at home and isolate themselves for two weeks.
Department heads have been instructed to designate an emergency operations team within their department. All other employees will be asked to stay home April 6 through April 20.
Employees who are subject to the mayor’s isolation order may still receive full or partial pay while at home under the Families First Coronavirus Support Act.
Essential services such as public safety and utilities will remain in operation for the duration of the executive order.