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Two of Deltona’s public buildings will no longer be open to the public on a walk-in basis during the coronavirus crisis.

Deltona City Hall, 2345 Providence Blvd., and Deltona Water, 255 Enterprise Road, will be closed to the general public, unless residents call or go online to the city government website to make appointments.

The City Commission, however, will meet Monday evening, April 6.

“The City Commission is still scheduled as an essential meeting,” Mayor Heidi Herzberg announced April 1.

Members of the public will not be allowed to attend. The meeting will be video-streamed on the city’s website, www.deltonafl.gov, and it will be broadcast on cable-television channels. A reporter for The West Volusia Beacon newspaper will be allowed to attend.

Herzberg said members of the City Commission and city staffers will observe social distancing during their time in session.

The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. April 6.

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Born in Virginia, Al spent his youth in Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia, and first moved to DeLand in 1969. He graduated from Stetson University in 1971, and returned to West Volusia in 1985. Al began working for The Beacon as a stringer in 1999, contributing articles on county and municipal government and, when he left his job as the one-man news department at Radio Station WXVQ, began working at The Beacon full time.

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