ROCHESTER, Mich. – More cities have started to put out their plans for the so-called “new normal," which includes some businesses reopening amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Signs of activity are showing up in downtown Rochester -- so much so that the Downtown Development Authority have relocated into the heart of downtown.
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It’s a space in the heart of downtown meant to help business owners get back up and running. Many have tried to stay open by offering curbside carryout.