The mayor of Coeur d'Alene tells KHQ he would not vote for a mask mandate.
In a statement to the TV station Steve Widmyer says that mask use is a matter of personal responsibility and he would not vote to mandate them.
Here's the full statement via KHQ:
"I strongly encourage the wearing of a mask when social distancing is not possible. I believe it’s the right thing to do to keep yourself and others safe. Personally I wear a mask when social distancing is not possible. Controlling this virus is a partnership between government and the citizens. The government helps provide testing , health care , and all the health care guidelines. The citizens need to take those guidelines and act accordingly. It’s being personally responsible. It’s caring for your fellow citizens. I will continue to strongly encourage personal responsibility. That being said , I would not vote to mandate masks."