It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Meade County Judge-Executive Gerry Lynn. Judge Lynn’s passing is a terrible loss not only for his family and friends, but also for Meade County. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, Nancye, and the rest of the family. He will be greatly missed.
March 25, 2020
We are closing or restricting certain access to our community parks at sundown today. Our walking trails will remain open to allow for physical activity and an outlet for good mental health, we must do so in a way that doesn’t spread this disease. At minimum, we are not allowing the use of pavilions, playground equipment, picnic tables, basketball courts, and other temptations that would decrease the distance between groups of people, required shared equipment, or where handwashing is not readily accessible. Please consider these types of activities in these locations restricted until further notice. We will demonstrate a law enforcement presence by asking them to drive through to ensure social distancing is being adhered to.
I thank you for your support in these trying times for us all,
MEADE COUNTY JUDGE EXECUTIVE
This is part of our ongoing effort to keep our community safe and informed.
Dear Meade County Community,
Meade County Fiscal Court and Judge Gerry Lynn would like to express their deep appreciation for your ongoing support, patience, and trust as we navigate these unprecedented waters.
As communities throughout the world respond to COVID-19 (coronavirus), we know that this time presents unique challenges for individuals and businesses. Above is a link to COVID-19 information and resources to help you navigate this difficult time for your family, employees and customers. For additional information and guidance on COVID-19, please monitor the World Health Organization website.
Meade County Judge Executive, Gerry Lynn, along with several other community leaders, held a press conference on Monday, March 16 regarding the community response to COVID-19.
Please view the video below.
For additional Information please contact the COVID-19 hotline at 1-800-722-5725
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