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Local governments announce closures


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Chaves County and the city of Roswell have announced some changes in operations effective Monday due to new public health orders taking effect that day.

County closures

All Chaves County public buildings will be closed to the public until Dec. 1. Business will be conducted by phone, online or by email. People needing to conduct business in person will have to arrange for an appointment.

Business with the Clerk’s Office can be done using the drive-up window. Payments to the county treasurer can be done via its drive-up dropbox. Payments can only be made by credit card, money order or check, not cash.

Questions can be directed to 575-624-6600.

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City closures

The city of Roswell has announced that several of its buildings and operations will close through at least Nov. 30.

These include the Roswell Adult Center, the Roswell Museum and Art Center and the Nancy Lopez Golf Course at Spring River.

The Roswell Recreation and Aquatic Center also will be closed to the public, except for participants in Boys and Girls Club activities. The Roswell Public Library will be closed, although it will announce on its Facebook page if it will continue to offer some non-contact services. The Roswell Visitors Center store will be closed, although it will still offer items online for sale.

“These facilities will remain closed through at least Nov. 30 when the new state health order expires,” a city news release stated. “However, local residents can expect these facilities to be closed for an undetermined time beyond that date since state health officials and the governor will determine, on a county-by-county basis after Nov. 30, when various facilities and businesses will be allowed to reopen.”

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