Sullivan City Hall employees working remotely after positive COVID-19 case in city administration

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SULLIVAN Co., Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Sullivan City Hall employees will be working remotely after officials said someone in the city administration tested positive for COVID-19.

According to Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb, the decision was made to protect city employees and the community.

City Hall will remain closed to the public, but business can still be conducted online and by phone at 812-268-6077.

They said although calls will not be answered , City employees will check messages and return calls in the order they are received.

Bills can also be taken to the City Hall drop box.

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