The vote also gives Mayor Ricky Waring authority to adjust the curfew based on events through June 11.
The town posted the following on their website:
“The Town fully respects the rights of individuals to peacefully protest. The Police Department will be assisted by surrounding local, state, and federal agencies to work to ensure the safety of peaceful protesters.
All businesses in the area of Main St. to close or completely secure their properties and parking lots by removing any furniture or debris.
Criminal activity and destruction of property will not be tolerated.
Police are asking anyone to report suspicious activity to 9-1-1 and to stay safe.”
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