Some town of Union offices now are providing in-person assistance to residents for the first time in about ten months.

The town hall on East Main Street in Endwell had been closed to the public since the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Town clerk Leonard Perfetti says limited walk-in services are available for those who wish to have in-person assistance.

Residents are encouraged to do business by mail or using the town of Union website when possible.

Perfetti says a drop box also will remain available at the town hall.

Those who enter the building must sign in for contact tracing if that becomes necessary.

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