By Cassie Mattia

Loveland, Ohio – It has been a tough few weeks for people all over the United States with COVID-19 hasn’t reached its peak. With many small businesses and schools being forced to close their doors for the safety of the public, community members all over Ohio are wondering what’s next?

LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV decided to join forces with Loveland’s Mayor Kathy Bailey in an on-camera interview so that we could get answers to some of the community’s hard-hitting questions! Mayor Bailey sat down with us, while of course still adhering to the 6 feet rule, in the Amphitheater at Nisbet Park in Downtown Loveland in hopes that she could not only share what she and her team are doing for the community but also answer any questions the Loveland community, small businesses, and school officials might have about the foreseeable future.

We know most of Loveland is at home right now wanting to connect with the community virtually so in saying that sit back, grab your favorite snack, and tune into LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV presents a “One-on-One With Mayor Kathy Bailey!”

RECENT UP-DATES to this story:

Read the full statement from Lt. Amy Campbell: Loveland Police Lt. Amy Campbell: We want our residents to abide by the Shelter in Place order

Ohio Tax Commissioner Announces State and Local Income Extension!

Building and Zoning Department suspends of services

Utility Payments

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Loveland Council declares a state of emergency

Read the Emergency order that Council adopted



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Columnist Cassia Mattia is a resident of Historic Downtown Loveland. She is the Associate Editor of Loveland Magazine.

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