City of Jamestown Working To Help Hair Stylists Prepare For Reopening

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JAMESTOWN – Officials with the City of Jamestown have teamed up with county leaders to help hair stylists prepare for reopening.

Zach Altschuler, the Executive Assistant to Mayor Eddie Sundquist, announced Monday the city will provide licensed stylists with face shields to ensure they have proper protection when opening up.

Stylists are asked to contact the Mayor’s office at (716) 483-7600 or email with their information to request a shield.

Altschuler notes that stylists must be based in the City of Jamestown and ensure that their name submitted matches their state license.

Phase two of reopening in Western New York is slated to begin Tuesday.

In addition to hair salons and barbershops, several other business types like offices, real estate and some in-store retail can begin to reopen.

For more on the reopening requirements, visits


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