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Jeff Vogt Tells Officials That Restaurants Can Continue Being A Safe Dining Experience

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State Senator Paul Schimpf, second from left, poses a question to Jeff “J.V.” Vogt, left. Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith and State Rep. Nathan Reitz, right, were also at the meeting to review how local restaurants can continue allowing patrons to safely eat during the covid pandemic.
State Senator Paul Schimpf, second from left, poses a question to Jeff “J.V.” Vogt, left. Waterloo Mayor Tom Smith and State Rep. Nathan Reitz, right, were also at the meeting to review how local restaurants can continue allowing patrons to safely eat during the covid pandemic.

Keeping businesses afloat while minimizing the risk of spreading covid to customers and employees is the balancing act taking part during this ongoing pandemic year. Local restaurants have been hit especially hard. With strict covid mitigation rules in place and the public’s reluctance to dine out in public, tables, both inside and outside, often are …

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