An employee in the Mathews County Treasurer’s Office tested positive for COVID-19 on Monday, requiring temporary closure of the office as employees quarantine for 10 days. The Commissioner of the Revenue’s office, which is in the same building, will be closed, as well. There are four employees in each office.
A press release from Mathews County Administrator Mindy Conner said that the staff for both offices will be working remotely and will provide information on the website and social media on how the public can conduct business.
“This communication with the public is critical in light of the Dec. 5 due date for taxes,” said Conner.
Treasurer Wendy Stewart said in a press release that the offices will be closed until Friday, Dec. 4. During this time, she said, “the Treasurer’s Office employees will be committed to continuing services to the public to every extent possible.”Stewart asked that people who need to communicate use staff email addresses, which are listed on the co...
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