MORRISTOWN, NJ -  Morristown Mayor Tim Dougherty, provided residents with an update on Thursday June 25, while outside Town Hall. When discussing the one new COVID-19 case, Dougherty said, "I like it when we have none, but we had one".

Mayor Dougherty reminded everyone to continue to wear face masks, wash hands and keep your distance.

The mayor also reminded community members that they need to vote by mail. Drop your ballot in the mail or stop by the county clerk's office to cast your vote.

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"You've got to do it soon", said Dougherty. "The election is coming up the 7th of July. It's not that far off".

"If you need to vote. If you are disabled or another issue with voting, the Town Hall will be open to voting", he said."If you don't have a disability, you will not be able to cast your vote in the machine and will have to use a provisional".

The mayor also reminded residents that the pool opens on Saturday and the farmers market will open Sunday.  The mayor also stated that restaurants will be opening July 2 at 25% capacity.

"We will be checking", he said. "Make sure you keep within the grounds of the Executive Order. It's very important that we follow the rules".


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