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By Katie Teachout
The Journal 

Adams County looks into screening options


Last updated 6/11/2020 at 9:48am

Katie Teachout | The Journal

County Commissioner John Marshall, and Adams County Public Works employees Todd O'Brien and Dennis Sackmann discuss options with Bob Duke of Phoenix Protective Corporation for making the back entrance to the courthouse the single-access point, in preparation for the courthouse opening to the public.

RITZVILLE – Adams County commissioners met with Bob Duke of Phoenix Protective Corporation Wednesday, June 3, to plan for COVID-19 screening services and installation of security equipment to the courthouse in Ritzville and the public services building in Othello, prior to county facilities opening to the public.

County buildings won't open to the public until Adams County is approved for Phase 3 of Governor Inslee's 4-phase "Safe Start" program.

Plans are being made for the courthouse's ADA-accessible, back-door entrance to become the single point of access to and from the courthouse....

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