The Pike County Magistrate Court will be closed until Jan. 18 after chief judge Christopher Edwards signed an emergency order Jan. 3 outlining the suspension of cases during the judicial emergency. The order stated that two of the court’s four employees tested positive for COVID-19. The tax commissioners office was affected the next day after the tax commissioner was quarantined. The tax commissioners office will remain open today, Wednesday, Jan. 6 until 5 p.m. as usual and close Thursday and Friday for cleaning. The office will have limited hours the week of Jan. 11. They will be open from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. each day. See the next edition of the Pike County Journal Reporter for updates and more information.
Magistrate court, tax office to close due to COVID-19
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