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St. Joseph city leaders discuss stay-at-home extension

The order would be continued through April 24, matching the St. Joseph School District extension to remain closed.

Posted: Mar 31, 2020 6:44 AM
Updated: Mar 31, 2020 6:55 AM

(ST. JOSEPH, MO) During a conference call work session Monday, St. Joseph city leaders were in unanimous agreement to extend the stay-at-home order.

The order would be continued through April 24, matching the St. Joseph School District extension to remain closed. As it gets closer to that date, the city will reevaluate if another order is needed.

However, mayor Bill McMurray says the city will be more strict on getting residents to comply including warning letters and sending city officials out to businesses. 

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Light snow, or flurries with a transition to light rain is possible for northeast Missouri and northeast Kansas Monday. Less than a 1/2" of snowfall is expected. A fairly substantial warm up is projected for Wednesday. Then a cold front will work its way through the region Wednesday night with cooler weather behind it for the end of the week.
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