"The community must remain strong, level-headed and pragmatic under these circumstances, which remain fluid."Rest assured that city officials remain vigilant and prepared to react in the event of a spread of the COVID-19."

DESTIN— The Monday night city council meeting in Destin will continue as scheduled.


"The community must remain strong, level-headed and pragmatic under these circumstances, which remain fluid," according to a press release from the City of Destin. "Rest assured that city officials remain vigilant and prepared to react in the event of a spread of the COVID-19."



At the Monday night meeting, there will be special measures in place to prevent any possible spread of the COVID-19, the release said. Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the city hall annex, the release said. The city also recommends social distancing.


Anyone who wishes to stay home will have the opportunity to submit comments electronically or by hand delivery before the meeting.


No electronic or hand-delivered documents will be accepted the night of the meeting, the release said.


"This is a unique time and due to these unique circumstances, the special measures described above must be implemented to reduce the public’s risk," the release said. "The city and the community will face this challenge as it always has —prudently, attentively, and thoughtfully."