June 11, 2021 Update

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Chairman’s press release ZEROES RULE The Columbia County Department of Health has recorded no new cases of COVID-19 since Tuesday, DOH Director Jack Mabb said Friday. Two individuals remain hospitalized as a result of the virus. With 67.4 percent of the adult population vaccinated, Director Mabb said Columbia County is well on the road to having achieved herd immunity. “Obviously, the bigger … {Read more...}

June 8, 2021 Update

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Chairman’s press release LOW CASE NUMBER TREND CONTINUES One new positive case of COVID-19 was recorded as of midday today by the Columbia County Department of Health, with one case on Sunday and Monday combined, no cases Saturday, and three last Friday. “The trend continues, and that’s a wonderful thing,” said county DOH Director Jack Mabb. Two individuals are currently … {Read more...}

June 1, 2021 Update

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Tuesday, June 1, 2021 From the Columbia County Board of Supervisors CHAIRMAN’S PRESS RELEASE 11 POSITIVES IN 10 DAYS Two new positive cases of COVID-19 were recorded as of midday by the Columbia County Department of Health for the days of Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. There were no cases on Saturday. DOH Director Jack Mabb noted that over the past 10 days, 11 cases have been recorded by his … {Read more...}

Document Shredding Bins Are At The Town Hall Until 6/25/21


The document shredding bins are available at the Gallatin Town Hall Mondays and Fridays from 9-2 and Saturdays 9-12 until 06/25/21.  For more information 519-398-7519 or [email protected] The Columbia County KISS Program is once again available to seniors in every town in Columbia County. The KISS Program, founded by Columbia County Clerk Holly Tanner, stands for Keeping the Identities of … {Read more...}