The $50.4 million project to revamp Route 1 near the University of Maryland began in May 2020.
The mask requirement, effective Sunday, comes as cases climb in the county and nationwide.
The update in status comes as COVID cases rise in the county.
“The disparities in maintenance and capital investment between Arbor’s properties cannot be explained by non-racial factors,” the lawsuit reads.
The city did not give more information about Natasha Hampton's termination since she did not give them consent to do so prior to Tuesday's meeting.
Neighboring Pizza Kingdom, which was also affected by the fire, has since reopened.
The city released a statement days after Natasha Hampton issued one of her own.
The College Park City Council unanimously terminated Natasha Hampton before she was scheduled to begin her role on June 1.
Around 30 people attended the event.
The preschool opened earlier this month and is still taking registrations