CLINTON — Rep. Dan Caulkins heard a mixture of concern, doubt and frustration as he and the Clinton Chamber of Commerce hosted an online town hall meeting on May 15 to let local business leaders talk about their experiences during the state stay-at-home order.
There were observations about what some businesses were doing to adapt to current conditions, while there also was some frustration expressed with state government.
“That’s going to be tough to recover,” YMCA executive director Rennie Cluver said about potential lost Y programing. “And, when we start to reopen, now we’re going to have to have more staff that’s going to be in control of members going in and out of the facility and cleaning and disinfecting.”
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