(Beaver Dam) Beaver Dam is closing city-owned buildings to the public. Mayor Becky Glewen told the city council Monday night that the move is effective Wednesday and will be in place through Saturday, November 28. Glewen says the closure is needed to keep staff working safely so that the city can continue to provide services. She says the move is also needed because local businesses are struggling to keep operations going because their workforce is either quarantined or experiencing coronavirus. Glewen says most walk-in type services can be delivered by telephone, email, or – if necessary – by appointment. She is asking people to consider visiting the city website, sending in payments or calling the appropriate office, rather than visiting in person. The closure impacts city hall, the library, the Watermark community and senior center and other municipal buildings.