DES MOINES — The governor’s latest public health emergency proclamation makes clear the end is near on most pandemic-related regulatory relief.
Last year, Governor Kim Reynolds temporarily suspended many of the deadlines for renewing state licenses and many of those suspensions already have ended.
Her latest public health proclamation says Iowans should not expect the few that remain to last beyond July 25th. It means no more delays in license renewals for restaurants and bars, pesticide applicators and temporary teachers.
The governor has signaled that pandemic-related limitations on accessing public records and conducting public meetings in Iowa will end July 25th as well.