COVID-19 Mayor's Update - Episode 51 (April 14) *LIVE - edited*

Mayor's Update Live Broadcast with Joe Preston - Mayor ST.Thomas Ontario.
Each week Mayor Preston chat's with us about what's going on in the city from events, to city council news, to concerns or questions that our viewers have.
During the COVID-19 pandemic we have switched to a live format where viewers can tune in and interact live with us during each broadcast. Follow the Establish Media Facebook Page to be notified when we are going live next. Broadcasts will be on Monday or Tuesday depending on the Mayor's schedule.
Mayor Preston is also posting daily Mayor's Updates on his Facebook Page (Joe Preston - Mayor ST.Thomas Ontario), follow it to be notified when they are posted. We also have an archive of the previous Mayor's Updates on our blog:
If you want to see these live episodes more than once a week, let us know in the comments.
Some of the questions covered:
Provincial Emergency extended to May 12, 2020, is the city doing the same?
Are people able to get married at City Hall right now?
With concerns around the Nursing Homes on a national scale, how is St. Thomas handling theirs?
Should Municipalities be able to run a deficit?
Interim tax levy?
Horton Farmer's Market?
What are our emergency shelter plans?
*Watch the video for all the details
*This version has been edited to adjust audio levels and audio sync
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