Kevin Cunningham: “Work Is Still Getting Done in Plainfield”
This article was published on: 04/9/20 1:03 AM by Mike Minarsky
According to Plainfield First Selectman Kevin Cunningham, work is still getting done in Plainfield. Although the town hall is closed to residents due to the Coronovirus pandemic. Cunningham stated in a recent interview that they have done everything they can to comply with the executive orders from the Governor, still going about their daily business and also trying to bring new business into town. “We’ve been in constant contact with the state of Connecticut as well asour health district.”
The town’s website has also been re-designed to make it easier for residents to retrieve information. The community and municipal calendars have been separated for ease of use. Cunningham also stressed the use of the NIXLE town messaging service where residents can send PLAINFIELDCT to “888777” to receive periodical information on town and community events. There are updates and messages from the First Selectman as well as links to important sites such as the State of Connecticut’s COVID-19 information.
Social Distancing has also been a challenge but Cunningham says that we have had some good weather days which makes it harder and harder to stay indoors. Distance learning is also a challenge, but not just for the students, for the teachers as well.
The entire video podcast with Kevin Cunningham is on snsnonline.com in the podcast section