By John Gutekunst | ParkerPioneer.net
With Gov. Doug Ducey having extended his “stay-at-home” order for Arizona residents until May 15, the Town of Parker has issued a statement reminding all businesses and residents within the Town limits that they are required to follow this order.
This raises the question of the Colorado River Indian Tribes’ stay-at-home order, which was extended April 27 by the Tribal Council until May 31. The Town of Parker is within the boundaries of the Colorado River Indian Reservation.
“We’ll cross that path when we get there,” Town Manager Lori Wedemeyer said. As an Arizona town, she said they have to enforce the Governor’s order.