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Message About COVID-19
This is a scary time.
We’re worried about the health and safety of family and friends. We’re concerned about our neighbors who will suffer financial hardship. We’re scrambling for childcare and household staples.
We haven’t faced anything like this before.
I’m comforted to know our state and local leaders are trying hard to stay ahead of COVID-19. I’ve participated in daily state and county calls on this crisis. People are working around the clock to prepare for more cases of the virus and to prevent its spread.
Monroe County has put together vital online resources:
The United Way announced a portal to sign up to help:
We can each do our part to keep each other safe. We can practice social distancing. We can stay home if we don’t feel well. We can check on our neighbors.
If you have any questions or just want to chat, please don’t hesitate to reach out.
The coming weeks will be tough. I also feel uneasy, but we will get through this together.
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- Weekly COVID-19 Virtual Town Halls Hosted by Barnhart, Lupien, Lebron
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What Does a County Legislator Do?
Twenty-nine Monroe County legislators make the laws and policies governing the 748,000 people in the county. Legislators are also responsible for approving the county budget. Monroe County performs critical functions in areas including human services, criminal justice, public safety, transportation, economic development and parks. County legislators are citizen-representatives who work in various professions.
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