WILTON \u2014 With the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issuing new guidance that people in \u201csubstantial transmission\u201d areas should continue wearing masks in public indoor spaces, some local businesses in Wilton consider whether to make adjustments to their store policies. As of Friday, Cate Finnecy, owner of Classically Cate\u2019s Boutique in Wilton, said she is currently abiding by the guidelines she has adopted for some time \u2014 requiring masks for unvaccinated customers and requesting that those vaccinated still wear it, but are not required to. However, she said the new mask guidance from the Connecticut Department of Public Health, which added Fairfield County to a list of areas with \u201csubstantial transmission\u201d risk, could be grounds for a change in the store\u2019s policies. Finnecy said she would update her customer base on the businesses\u2019 social media pages about any change once it\u2019s decided. Meanwhile, Will Maxwell, of Outdoor Sports Center on Danbury Road, said the shop will not change its policy and it is not currently \u201ca concern of ours.\u201d \u201cAt this point, there will be no policy shift,\u201d he said Friday. Camille Carriero, executive director of the Wilton Chamber of Commerce, said that the chamber does not enforce requirements about mask mandates to their member businesses, but the topic was not discussed at its last board meeting on Wednesday. Carriero said the WCC recommends, but does not require, masks at the outdoor Wilton Farmers Market every Wednesday, which the chamber sponsors. \u201cWe suggest they follow CDC guidelines,\u201d Carriero said of the member businesses.