Will the City of Lewiston adopt a COVID-19 mandatory mask order the week before Thanksgiving?
This afternoon, Thursday, November 19, 2020, at 3:15 pm, the Lewiston City Council is “considering various options in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including, but not limited to: advisory order(s); mandatory order(s); proclamation(s); resolution(s).” The full agenda for today’s special council meeting can be found HERE.
If you would like to share your opinion on the proposed agenda items there are a few options to make your voice heard:
- Attend the meeting in person at the Lewiston City Library (Second Floor – 411 D Street Lewiston, Idaho 83501).
- Email the Lewiston City Council by 2 pm at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call the Lewiston City Council at 208-746-3676 and leave a message to voice your concerns.
- You may also contact the mayor and city council members directly:
- Michael Collins, Mayor | 208-791-6483, email@example.com
- Kathy Schroeder, Mayor Pro Tem | firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bob Blakey, Councilor | 208-816-8764, email@example.com
- John Bradbury, Councilor | 208-746-3100, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Kevin Kelly, Councilor | 208-816-2705, email@example.com
- Cari Miller, Councilor | firstname.lastname@example.org
- John Pernsteiner, Councilor | 509-254-3706, email@example.com
Since there will be very limited seating available, on a first come first serve basis, at the council meeting, Lewiston is encouraging members of the public to watch via the City Council’s live broadcast, which you can access at this link or on Lewiston’s Facebook page.
Lewiston needs every citizen to participate in some way so that the voice of the people is heard. Our freedom and individual rights are at stake otherwise.
Lindsey Zea is a Policy and Research Associate with the Madison Liberty Institute. Lindsey holds a Bachelor’s degree in History from BYU-Idaho and loves finding applications of history to current events and political debates. She also serves as a Policy Analyst with the Better Cities Project (BCP) and formerly interned with the Libertas Institute in Utah.