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Kim Bartmann said she is working to pay her employees what they're owed.
Ordinance would apply to minors, involve fines.
Bartmann responded by saying she is doing everything she can to secure funding to pay her employees what they're due.
Event organizers say they're moving ahead with plans for 2021.
The $3.25 million fund will provide grants to low-income families and small businesses.
Some workers are exhausting their sick time to avoid getting exposed at work.
Staffers reported at 1 p.m., and students are scheduled to return Monday.
It's not yet known when talks will resume. The district's preparing seven sites for use by elementary students from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. beginning Thursday, according to Superintendent Joe Gothard.
The City Council could approve the ordinance in early April.
On the City Council and with Public Works, she didn't shrink from challenges.