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Lambertville Mayor Julia Fahl. Photo courtesy of the New Jersey Democratic State Committee.

Lambertville officials host roundtables to prepare for reopening of non-essential businesses

By Nikita Biryukov, May 14 2020 5:19 pm

Officials in Lambertville are holding digital roundtables to prepare residents and business owners for limited reopenings that will begin Monday.

The town will host the roundtables on Thursday and Saturday. They previously held one such event on May 9.

Lambertville has printed and distributed signs meant to inform shoppers about mask requirements and social distancing orders that are still in effect to prepare for the reopening of non-essential retail businesses.

The town is also looking to expand pedestrian walkways on some streets.

Non-essential businesses will be allowed to reopen Monday, but shoppers won’t be allowed to go inside. Instead, they’ll shop through curbside pickup only.

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