The Clearwater Planning and Development Department and other city departments are staffed and operating, but the public may not go beyond the lobbies of those buildings. But myclearwater.com — the website where residents can pay fines, apply for and pay for various licenses and permits including business tax receipt, tree removal licenses, and view city records, and conduct other business with the city online — is open for business. That’s the message of City Manager Bill Horne, who oversees the daily operations of the city. It’s a difficult job on a normal day, and challenging during the city’s robust coronavirus (COVID-19) social distancing effort. The city work goes on, though, according to Horne, who said “some employees” have been tested for the virus and are at home awaiting the results.