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The City of Belle Plaine is calling for the public's questions about the local response to the COVID-19 outbreak ahead of a questions and answers livestream with Belle Plaine Mayor Chris Meyer and Emergency Management Director Terry Stier.

The call for questions comes after Gov. Tim Walz issued a statewide stay-at-home order on Wednesday.


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The stream is set for 7 p.m. Thursday, March 26, and can be found on the city's Facebook page, found Here.

The public can submit questions by email to or through Facebook messenger, and Meyer and Stier will attempt to answer as many as possible. 


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