From Algonquin Patch:
In two separate meetings last week, county officials met with local mayors and village presidents as well as and city managers and police chiefs to discuss partnerships that aim to help businesses avoid penalties and fines by focusing on education and awareness, according to the news release.
“We want and need our businesses to thrive in order for our local economy to thrive. The best way to keep businesses and schools open is to decrease the level and rate of infection in our community,” McHenry County Board Chairman Jack Franks said. “We can do that by wearing a mask. Our local businesses are counting on us.”