As cases of COVID-19 are increasing across North Carolina and in Pitt County, Bennett Properties is urging all tenants to follow orders from the City of Greenville. In an effort to slow the spread of this global pandemic, tenants should stay home and social distance from others.
A “Stay at Home” Order was issued on March 26, 2020 by Greenville Mayor P.J. Connelly. This mandates City residents to stay home and limit activity outside of their homes to only essential needs. Bennett Properties tenants live within Greenville City limits and must abide by this Order.
Click here to read the entire Order.
“We have to do what we can to stop the spread of COVID-19 and its impact in our community. That means staying home in order to keep ourselves and others safe,” said Andrew Bennett, owner of Bennett Properties. “As detailed in lease agreements, tenants must obey all federal, state, and local laws and this order falls under that clause.”
As detailed on the City of Greenville’s website, residents are able to leave their homes for the following:
“In addition to this Order, I encourage everyone to also follow social distancing guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and practice proper hygiene and sanitation,” added Bennett. “This includes not gathering in groups larger than ten people.”
The "Stay at Home" Order is in place until, at least, April 10, 2020 and is being enforced by the Greenville Police Department. If it is not followed, City residents may face citations or misdemeanor charges.
Click here to read the latest updates from the Pitt County Department of Public Health.
Click here to read the latest updates from the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.
If tenants have questions or concerns during this time, please contact Andrew Bennett at BennettPropertiesNC@gmail.com
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