Customers chat outside the Town Landing Market as the town is empty due to the coronavirus pandemic in Yarmouth, Maine, Thursday, April 9, 2020. Credit: Robert F. Bukaty | AP

From the grocery store (should I touch that cabbage?) to the transfer station (can I recycle? how do I pay?), transacting business (what do I do if a business isn’t following the governor’s orders?) to paying bills (can I lick the envelope?), so many things about everyday life have changed or are uncertain today.

We are hearing from some readers that information isn’t readily available everywhere — or consistent even if it is available. So we’d like to learn from you what questions are on your mind about local resources or community services. What you share will help us build a set of questions we’ll look for answers to for as many towns as we can.

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