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"The new dates provide the best possible option to deliver the Summerfest experience our fans and sponsors have grown to love; we are doing everything possible to continue a tradition which spans five decades," festival officials said in an announcement Monday.

"We know there will be many questions and we look forward to sharing details with you in the future."

All festival tickets that have been already purchased will be honoured, and announcements about rescheduled shows "will follow soon."



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6 p.m.: Waukesha County Meals on Wheels changing delivery
The Meals on Wheels program in Waukesha County is changing deliveries due to the spread of the coronavirus.

Instead of delivering one meal each weekday, seniors will receive five meals in one delivery each week. Participants in some communities might see changes to their delivery schedule this week while most will switch to the new delivery schedule starting next Monday.

The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Waukesha County is no longer using volunteer delivery drivers. Instead staff members will make deliveries. 

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5:57 p.m.: Milwaukee Common Council will meet via teleconference
Milwaukee’s Common Council is gathering for its regularly scheduled Milwaukee News meeting Tuesday morning but few will be present at City Hall. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, the meeting will be mostly virtual.

To follow the “safer at home” orders from the governor and mayor, no members of the public or media will be allowed to observe the Common Council meeting in person. Nearly all council members will attend by teleconference; only a handful are expected to attend the meeting in person along with a few staff members.

City Clerk Jim Owczarski said all meetings will be teleconferenced until further notice.

The meeting starts at 9 a.m. and can be watched on TV in the city of Milwaukee on either Channel 25 on Spectrum Cable and on AT&T U-Verse Channel 99 or live-streamed on the city’

5:47 p.m.: Packers give $1.5 million for COVID-19 relief
The Green Bay Packers on Monday announced the team will donate COVID-19 community relief funds totalling $1.5 million, through Packers Give Back, to help with efforts in Brown County and the Milwaukee area.

The $1 million funds for Brown County, the Packers Give Back COVID-19 Press Release Distribution Services In Milwaukee Community Relief Fund, is being established through the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation. Packers Give Back also is directing $500,000 to provide help in the Milwaukee area. 

"We are facing an unprecedented challenge in our communities," said Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy. "We know our nonprofit support agencies will be performing their usual excellent work, but they'll need additional resources as various needs and gaps in coverage develop in the coming weeks and months. The Packers are committed to supporting them now and into the future as we all work together to weather this difficult time."

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