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The Governor is now allowing gatherings up to 50 people with social distancing and wearing mask when you can not stay 6 feet apart
NY Forward Business RE-OPENING Safety Plan Template and Attestation
The County will be closing an additional section of County Road (CR) 39 beginning on Monday, June 22, 2020 at the intersection of CR 39 and Boughton Road for two (2) weeks. The intersection closure is required to provide a safer work zone for the contractor during the intersection reconstruction and will result in two off-site detours happening concurrently on the project. Presently, CR 39 is closed to traffic between Eddy Road and Main Street Bloomfield for safe construction of large culverts, with a posted detour along Main Street, NY 64 and Eddy Road. The upcoming detour for the CR 39 & Boughton Road intersection closure will be as follows:
Eastbound Through Traffic on CR 39/Boughton Road: NY 64 – Main Street – NY 444
Westbound Through Traffic on Boughton Road/CR 39: NY 444 – Main Street – NY 64
Access to CR 39 West of Boughton Road Intersection (addresses 2155-2288) : NY 64 – CR 39
Access to CR 39 between Boughton Road and Eddy Road Intersection (addresses 2307-2536 & Wilkins Road): NY 64 – Eddy Road
Access to CR 39 South of Eddy Road Intersection (addresses 2550-2592): Main Street - Michigan Street/CR 39
Important Voter Information
- Remember to include children under age 5, they often get overlooked.
- College students should be reported as living where they go to college, even if they are living at home or elsewhere due to COVID-19 response. Those living in dormitories on campus will be counted by the college or university at which they are enrolled—so they do NOT have to complete the Census themselves. Students who would normally be living off campus do need to complete the Census, and ALL FLCC Students are considered off-campus students!
Resturants that are open for take out and delivery
Bloomfield Big M ~ 585-657-7402
Deli open 7-3 Daily, 7-12 weekends
Brady J's ~ 657-4611
Pick up & Takout Daily 9-1 pm
FRI 4-7 pm
Centerpoint Golf Club ~ 394-0757 or 395-0536
Carryout Service Starts
12:00 PM on Friday, 3/27/20
We're serving a limited lunch and dinner menu starting Friday, March 27th.
Our lunch menu will be available for carryout from 12 PM until 8 PM. Lunch orders can be placed starting at 11 AM. Call 585.394.0757 / 585.394.0536 to order.
Our dinner menu will be available for carryout from 2 PM until 8 PM. Dinner orders can be placed starting at 12 PM.Beer pricing ranges from $3.00 to $5.00 per can. Includes spiked seltzer, hard lemonade and twisted tea. High Noon (vodka/soda) $6.00 per can.
Bottles of wine for $11.00 per bottle
Cheap Charlie ~TBD
Mugsy's ~ 585-257-5331
Pick-up & Curbside T,W,TH FR & Sat 11-8 pm (Closed Monday 3/23/2020)
Delivery FRI & SAT Evenings
Sunday- They will play it by ear, see how Business goes
The Irish Mafia ~ 585-257-5172
Pick up & Takout W-FRI 4-8 pm Dinners rotate daily $35.00 for 2 dinners and a growler
SAT 12-8 pm
Quicklees (Toomey's Express) & Convenience Store ~ 585-657-8005
Deli & Takeout
Other Half Brewery ~ 585-617-0453
Open for Takeout
Parkside Pizza & Subs ~ 657-4440
Takeout & Delivery Daily 11-9:30 pm
Quicklee's & Dunkin ~ 657-6497
Drive thru only
7-Eleven Gas & Convenience Store West Bloofmield ~ 585-582-2064
Bristol Trading Post/Dandy Mart Bristol ~ 585-229-7777
East Bloomfield Historical Society (EBHS)
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ONTARIO COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY
Canandaigua Churches in Action, the City of Geneva and Ontario County has partnered with Foodlink to provide a community-wide food distribution to supply households with a 25-lb box of emergency food in response to the COVID-19 public health crisis.
This is not a joke or something you should dismiss as a media-created hysteria. Take note of the unprecedented actions being taken by the County, State, and Federal Governments and follow the directives for the sake of your co-workers, your family, your friends, and your community. Show respect for those you live and work with by exercising these directives.
What Is “Social Distancing”?
A few weeks ago, no one ever heard of the term “social distancing” and now everyone should not only know it, but be practicing it. But what exactly is it?
It comes down to this:
Keep a distance between yourself and other people – experts recommend 6 feet, even in the workplace. Avoid crowds and busy public places.
The goal of social distancing is to prevent the spread of a disease for which there are not yet any antibodies or effective treatments. While young, healthy people may not be as susceptible or at as much risk, they can be carriers of illness. Social distancing helps protect our own health, but also protects the most vulnerable people in our lives – people with diabetes, heart conditions, asthma and other health conditions, and people over the age of 60. It’s also important to keep our healthcare workers and systems from being overwhelmed.
Follow the Guidelines
- Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. This is your single greatest defense against coronavirus and many other illnesses.
- Wash your hands when you arrive at work or at home and repeat several times a day, particularly before eating or handling food.
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow or a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
- Stop handshaking. Use other non-contact methods of greeting. Keep a 6 foot distance between you and anyone with whom you are speaking
- Use gloves, a tissue or a sleeve to press elevator buttons, to hold handrails or to use shared work resources like copiers and file drawers. (Then put it in the trash)
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household cleaning spray or wipe.
- Share electronic documents rather than paper ones.
- Limit food sharing. Do not share cups, plates, or utensils.
- Follow the advice from state and local public health officials.
Should you or a loved one feel sick, call Telemedicine before going to a Doctor, clinic or hospital.
To deal with stress, increase activities that calm you: Meditating or praying. Exercising. Reading. Watching movies. Engaging in home hobbies. Talking to a friend or loved one on the phone or writing letters. Limit exposure to news, particularly if it distresses you. Remember, if you are anxious or stressed and need to talk to someone, you have access to counselors 24/7/365 at 800.252.4555. You also have thousands of resources on health, stress, anxiety, family matters, money matters, debt and more by logging in to www.theEAP.com/TotalCare-EAP.
Stay safe and stay health,
Michele O. Smith
Director of Human Resources
Ontario County Human Resources
3019 County Complex Drive
Canandaigua, NY 14424
SENIOR LIVING HELP
2020 CENSUS WORKERS
Join the 2020 Census Team, $17.00/hr, Apply online @ 2020census.gov/jobs
For more information or help applying, please call 1-855-JOB-2020
Federal Relay Service: 1-800-877-8339 TTY/ASCII, www.gsa.gov/fedrelay
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