City mask order to expire, board members urge delay of school start: News from Chandler, Gilbert

Maricopa County's face mask regulation will remain in place after the town of Gilbert's order expires July 19. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Maricopa County's face mask regulation will remain in place after the town of Gilbert's order expires July 19. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Maricopa County's face mask regulation will remain in place after the town of Gilbert's order expires July 19. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Read recent news from Gilbert and Chandler.

Gilbert will let mask order expire, but county’s regulation stays in place

The town of Gilbert’s face mask order will be allowed to expire at 5 p.m. July 19, but residents must still stay covered under Maricopa County’s regulation.

2 Chandler USD board members among more than 60 statewide urging governor to delay school start to October

Lindsay Love and David Evans, members of the Chandler USD governing board, attached their names, along with more than 60 other school board members across the state, to a letter sent to Gov. Doug Ducey on July 7 asking the start of any in-person learning not begin before Oct. 1.



ADOT announces restrictions, closures on Loop 101 through Chandler

The Arizona Department of Transportation announced upcoming closures and restrictions on a stretch of Loop 101 as crews work to add a travel lane in each direction in a project that is expected to be complete sometime in summer 2020.

Amazon to open delivery station in Chandler, provide 'hundreds' of job opportunities

Amazon will open a new delivery station in Chandler, according to an Amazon spokesperson.

Crews are working on construction at the delivery station, located at 2550 N. Nevada St., Chandler.

Gov. Ducey extends eviction moratorium through Oct. 31, urges residents to stay the course

Gov. Doug Ducey announced at a press conference July 16 that the state will extend its eviction moratorium until Oct. 31; he also encouraged Arizonans to continue to wear a mask and stay home to curb the spread of COVID-19.

Tom Blodgett and Alexa D’Angelo contributed to this report.



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