This week, Monroe County Sheriff Neal Rohlfing announced that on Monday, April 27 they will be reopening the Monroe County Courthouse to the public for business.
“We will be providing masks for those who enter and checking temperatures. Anyone with a temperature over 99.9 degrees will not be allowed to enter for everyone’s safety,” noted Rohlfing.
In addition, “Only one person will be allowed in a specific office at a time. If you can complete your business online or over the phone I ask that you conduct it in this manner. If you have been in contact with anyone with COVID-19 or have had flu like symptoms please refrain from coming to the courthouse.
“Please be patient as we all work through this issue and thank you for your cooperation.”