County Offers Public Workshop to Express Opinions on Mandated Masks

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October 20, 2020

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County Offers Public Workshop

Express Opinions on Mandated Masks in County Buildings

MOHAVE COUNTY, AZ (October 20, 2020) — The Mohave County Board of Supervisors will be holding a Public Workshop this Thursday, October 22 at 12 noon. The public is invited to appear to field questions or make comments on the current mandating of masks in county buildings. (The county does NOT have any mandate regarding masks outside those county facilities.) The workshop will be held in the auditorium inside the Administration building at 700 W. Beale St in Kingman.

Yes, masks are required at the workshop. The only alternatives are face shields. Those not wearing a mask or face shield will not be permitted inside. Social Distancing will also be in effect and there is limited seating in the auditorium. Public commenters are asked to address the board and vacate the building if others are waiting outside to speak and there is a need due to the limited space.

The alternative to that which is outlined above is to submit written comments regarding your opinion on “the mandating of masks inside county buildings” no later than tomorrow (Wednesday, October 21 at 5pm). Please email to Ginny Anderson, the Clerk of the Board. Her email is

Written comments that are submitted and remain under 150 words will be read into the record on October 22. If over 150 words, the comments will be placed into the official record only. The workshop can be seen and heard on the Mohave County YouTube channel on Thursday at noon. Look for the live stream at

All commenters please keep the following in mind, from the Board of Supervisors’ Rules of Order: The Chairman and/or Parliamentarian shall not allow debate to digress to personal attacks.  No speaker shall arraign the motives of a member, a staff member or other speakers.  However, the specific issue under question may be condemned in strong terms.  It is not the person, but the measure of the issue under question, that is the subject of debate.  In the same spirit Board or Commission members will not personally disparage each other or the public presenters.

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