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The Indiana State Election Commission has approved in-person voting for the Primary Election on June 2nd. Early voting will take place May 26 to June 1 at eight satellite locations throughout Hamilton County. In-person voting will also be available on Election Day at your regular polling location from 6AM to 6PM. To ensure your safety, masks, gloves, and cleaning supplies will be provided for poll workers. However, we still believe voting by mail is the safest way for many voters during this unprecedented time. You can apply for an absentee ballot until May 21st at Indianavoters.com. For more information you can contact the Election Office at (317) 776-8476 or email email@example.com.
Essential businesses are listed in the Governor’s Executive Order. You can find that complete list here. https://coronavirus.in.gov/2496.htm
Employees who believe that their workplace environment contains a threat of physical harm or death can file a non-formal complaint with the state’s Occupational and Safety Health Administration. You can do so by following this link: https://www.in.gov/dol/2733.htm
Hamilton County Express continues to provide transportation services during this time. Additionally, HCE is now delivering essential items, such as medications and groceries, to those who cannot pick up those necessary items. To arrange for delivery or a free ride, call HCE at (317) 773-2688 between 8AM-4PM.
All area food pantries are currently open for regular hours. Please click here for hours, distribution changes, and updates related to health safety precautions: https://www.gsnlive.org/food-pantries-directory
Hamilton County property taxes were mailed Tuesday, April 7th. Spring taxes are due May 11. Governor Holcomb has issued an Executive Order waiving penalties on payments received within 60 days for real estate and personal property taxes not paid by escrow.