By Jessie Eden
As things start to reopen, several organizations have announced plans for how things will be different when they open their doors once more.
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Campbell County Sheriff's Office - June 1
The Campbell County Sheriff’s Office will reopen to the general public June 1st, with one exception.
Appointments are NOT necessary but due to the close contact required to perform Pre-employment Fingerprinting , this service will not be available until later in the summer. An announcement will be made when this service returns.
Campbell County Library Plans
Per Governor Beshear, libraries can reopen as early as June 8 but the Campbell County Library is waiting to hear more on the specific guidelines the library will need to meet in order to open.
In the meantime, the library has introduced a new curbside pickup service at all branches. Each location also has a full supply of hand sanitizer stands and plexiglass guards. Buildings and materials continue to be sanitized and new safety protocols have been put into place for staff.
In a statement released by the library, they hope to reopen very soon. "We would like to thank all of you for continuing to be patient as we learn more about these new guidelines. We do not have a reopening date set just yet, but please know that we are working hard to make sure we are ready for when we are able. In the meantime, please continue to utilize our curbside pickup service and what we offer online. We look forward to seeing you again soon!"
To read more about what the library is currently offering, click here.