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Each square in this grid represents a participant in an electronic board meeting of the town of Mercer Board of Supervisors on Friday. Using the GoToMeeting app, board members, city staff and community members called in or went to a link online to participate visually or audibly in the meeting to discuss the town's coronavirus pandemic emergency plan. The individuals with the red microphone symbol and a line running through it have muted themselves to listen and watch the meeting only. The persons with the green microphones are able to speak. The boxes with images are the participants who chose to participate visually, while the blank boxes are people participating audibly. The Caller boxes are participants who did not enter their name when signing in. The boxes would be surrounded by a white border when the participant spoke, such as with board member Mike Lambert in this photo. From left, top, Tom Laventure of the Daily Globe, town clerk Debbie Hohner, board member Michael Lambert and resident Hank Joustra; second row, board members Charles Schroepfer, Opal Roberts and Eric Snow, and Caller 3, an unidentified town resident; third row, town road crew foreman Jake Saarnio, Mercer Fire Department Chief Adam Kussard, resident Scott Lundquist, and Caller 1 who was township attorney Fritz Schellgell; and fourth row, Caller 2, who was board member John Sendra and head of Mercer Area Ambulance and Rescue Steve Altman.
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