GLENN COUNTY, Calif. - The Glenn County Board of Supervisors will meet on Friday to discuss a way to implement phase two of Governor Gavin Newsom's four-phase reopening plan.
The meeting will take place on May 8, 2020, at 3 p.m., the meeting will be conducted via teleconference.
For seven weeks, Glenn County has been under phase one - meaning only essential businesses could be open.
Under a phase two plan - book stores, florists, and even sporting goods can open their doors.
Action News Now spoke with people who live in Glenn County to get their opinion about phase 2, the reaction was mixed.
“I think everything is moving too fast, just the essential places should be open,” said Darlene Biddle, an Orland resident who believes Glenn County is moving too fast with phase two.
"I definitely believe that we should open up to phase 2, just because it will get more people back to work," said Alex Ward, an Orland resident "I know this economy is hurting right now."
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