City Manager Spotlight

Hang In There Things Will Get Better

I hope you are all staying healthy and safe! I want to express my deepest sympathies to those members of our community who have been affected by this pandemic or in any way are suffering at this time. Hang in there, things will get better. I have been thinking about the changes that were rapidly forced upon us by this event. The Washington City organization had to immediately re-think many ways it conducted business. This included changes to our development and building permit process, business license administration, utility connection and management, how we provide public safety and public works projects, and our public meetings. An example of this is that now our public bodies meet electronically, receive public input in written form and online, and conduct more business remotely. Much of this has been challenging, but I hope that when we get through this challenging moment (and we will) that we will have learned and improved many of the age-old processes we have been using. This difficult time has given us the chance to experiment with some new ways of thinking and to connect. Thank you so much for the patience you have given us as we have worked through these challenges. Continue to be responsible citizens, stay safe, and take care of each other.

-Roger Carter

City Manager

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