Wednesday , 27 May 2020

Mix 104.1 Coronavirus Update

Local Updates from Mix 104.1

Links

The Tennessee Pledge: Reopening Tennessee

Universal Guidance for Tennessee Businesses can be accessed here.

Restaurant Industry Guidance can be accessed here.

Retail Industry Guidance can be accessed here.

Additional information on Tennessee’s Economic Recovery Group is available here

Tennessee Department of Health Coronavirus Information
Bradleycountytn.gov
Clevelandtn.gov

https://www.fema.gov/coronavirus-rumor-control

A message from Bradley County Schools:

This is Bradley County’s Plan if school closure is extended. As of now, they are planning for original dates.

Free Breakfast & Lunch Cleveland  City Schools:

Free Breakfast & Lunch Bradley County Schools:

 Beginning Monday, March 23rd food will be available to students by bus. Meals will be delivered on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Both breakfast and lunch will be delivered on these days.Buses will run normal school routes beginning at 11:00 AM to deliver food on these days. Students or a family member should be at the closest bus stop approximately 4.5 hours after their normal morning pickup time. For example, if your pickup is normally at 7:00 AM, food will be delivered at 11:30 AM. Food is available for ALL students at the stops, not just bus riders. We will have meals for ages 0 to 18 at all delivery and pickup sites. Stationary feeding sites will remain open at Park View Elementary and Food City locations on McGrady Drive and Ocoee Crossing on Monday, Wednesday and Friday as well from 7:45-9:00 and 10:30-1:00. If a family is in need of specific assistance for delivery, please contact the school their child attends.

Updates

4/6 Cleveland State will have spring/summer commencement Friday, July 31.

4/3 The front office of the BCSO will be open 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. during the work week; after 12:00 p.m., the front office doors will be locked and an officer will be on-call to assist you at your vehicle. We will be providing reports via email and fax, along with any and all over-the-phone assistance we are able to provide. In the event that a Bradley County resident requires a report that does not have access to email or fax, the patrol officer of his/her sector will deliver to the resident. If you are not a BCSO employee, please call 423-728-7300 or email sofrontdesk@bradleycountytn.gov before arriving on the premises so that we might assist you remotely.

4/2 Trustee Mike Smith has announced there will be no public entry into the Trustee’s Office at 1701 Keith Street effective April 3 at 7:00 AM. Staff will be available via telephone Monday-Thursday 8:30-4:30 and on Friday 8:30-5:00 @ (423) 728-7247. For information on 2018 or earlier tax bills, please contact the Clerk & Master’s office at (423) 728-7209.

3/31 The Governor through executive orders has given an extension on vehicle renewal and new registrations. You now have until June 15 to get your car registered or renew the tag. There is a 6-month extension on your driver’s license. There is also an extension on your business tax return for both filing and payments until June 15, 2020.

3/30 Cleveland  High School is currently planning for graduation on  June 12th and July 10th at 6:00. They will be distributing caps and gowns at a later date. If you have questions regarding your orders, contact Jostens representative, Matt Hughes, directly at matt.hughes@jostens.com.

3/30 Bowater Credit Union now offers extended hours at our Drive-Thrus and by phone.  In order to serve members better while our lobbies are closed, our extended hours are as follows: Athens, Hardwick Farms Cleveland, & King St Cleveland: Monday – Friday 8:30am – 6pm, Saturday 9am – 12:30pm. Calhoun: Monday – Friday 7:30am – 5:30pm, Saturday 9am – 12:30pm Our online services and automated phone service are always available 24/7, and if any member needs help accessing our online services we’re happy to help. Just call us at 423-336-7268 or email info@bowaterecu.org.

3/23 Teachers Federal Credit Union:  temporarily closed their lobbies effective Tuesday, March 24th. You will still be able to access your cash and other services you need by Drive-Thru, phone, and online. They will continue doing loans by appointment and allowing members inside the building for that purpose. 

3/20 Cleveland State Community College has made the decision to shut down public and student access to its locations in Cleveland, Athens, and Vonore, Tennessee. No course instruction of any kind will take place on any of Cleveland State’s locations through the end of the spring semester. Faculty and staff will be allowed job-specific access to the campus and be required to follow health and safety protocols while on campus. The Cleveland Bradley Business Incubator (CBBI) will be the only portion of any CSCC site that non-CSCC personnel will be able to access during this time.

3/20 Southland Finance – Lobby closed – dropbox/drive-thru only – all loan closings by appointment only.

3/20 Southern Heritage Bank – lobbies closed at both locations – drive-thru open- call to set up appointments.

3/20 Riverbend 2020 postponed indefinitely.

3/19 Effective Friday, March 20, all Southern Heritage Bank offices in Cleveland and Chattanooga will close the lobbies until public health officials advise it is safe to resume normal operations.   All business can be completed by drive-thru window, phone, mobile app, online banking or by appointment (call 473-7980).

3/18 The Cleveland/ Bradley County Chamber of Commerce office will be closed to the public. People can still call the Chamber, as well as access the Chamber website at Clevelandchamber.com

3/17 AMC Theatres locations are now closed for at least 6-12 weeks.

3/16 UTC suspending in-person classes for the rest of the spring semester.

3/14 From Tennova Healthcare Cleveland  – Effective Monday March 16, 2020, we will have modified visitor protocols in place to protect our patients and caregiving team. These include: 2 entry points into the facility (Our main lobby from 5 am to 6 pm and our Emergency Room 24/7); posting signage informing people with fever or respiratory symptoms that they may not visit patients; limiting visitors to one immediate family member, partner or significant other ages 18 and older per patient at any given time; and not permitting children under the age of 18 to visit.

3/12 Governor Bill Lee declares the State of Emergency for the state of Tennessee.

3/12 The Mix 104.1 Home & Garden Show presented by Anatole Exteriors has been rescheduled to Saturday, September 19 at the Museum Center at 5ive Points.

3/12 Lee Encore Program Suspends Spring Mini-Courses.

3/12 TSSAA Tournaments Suspended.

 

 

 

 

 

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