(BRUNSWICK) — In preparation for scheduled assemblies throughout the course of the McMichael/Bryan trial, the Glynn Unified Command is announcing road closures to ensure the safety and security of those participating and those operating a vehicle in the area. A public information line has also been established to allow for constituent questions regarding road closures and general information.
“We want to minimize disruptions to traffic in Glynn County throughout this event, and road closures are the best way to do that while accommodating those choosing to participate in peaceful assembly,” said Mayor Cornell Harvey.
Beginning Monday, October 18, and continuing through the trial’s conclusion, Reynolds Street, from G Street to I Street will be closed. If additional road closures become necessary, information will be posted to the Glynn Unified Command website at www.glynnunifiedcommand.org, the Glynn Unified Command Facebook and Twitter accounts.
For those unable to access the internet, the public information line is available for constituent questions. The public information line is available 9 am -6 pm seven days a week at (912) 324-9911.
“We realize that we have many citizens who may not have access to internet services, so establishing the public information line is another way for citizens to receive this information,” said Glynn County Chairman Wayne Neal.
The Mission of the Glynn Unified Command is to provide for the safety and security of the citizens of Glynn County through the coordinated efforts of local public safety agencies, state partners, and the Executive Policy Group. For more information, please visit our website at www.glynnunifiedcommand.org. Follow us on Facebook at Glynn Unified Command and on Twitter @GlynnUnified. Press Release #1