WHITEFISH BAY — Whitefish Bay Village Board members will vote Thursday morning at a special meeting whether to pass a temporary ordinance requiring masks indoors in the village. The proposal was initially introduced at the board's regular meeting on July 13.
The ordinance would require anyone age five and older to wear masks in a building open to the public that is not otherwise maintaining a safe social distance of at least six-feet from all other persons at all times. It does not require anyone to wear a mask outdoors.
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According to a release from the board, the temporary ordinance would carry a potential fine of $50 to $500 for any business that allows people not wearing masks in its building, and to any individual that refuses to comply.
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