Virtual Town Hall Meeting: Discussing the Impact of the Coronavirus on State and Local Governments
COVID-19 will have a dramatic impact on business and municipalities for several years. When people stop working and curtail the buying of goods and services, it translates into a precipitous decline in sales tax revenues for state and local governments. A prolonged economic downturn will further drive up unemployment, which will trigger a decline in property values and therefore a decline in future property tax revenues for municipalities. Those funds are used for public safety, community health, and general government functionality. Everything must be done to restore the economy, grow employment, and enhance economic prosperity.
State of Michigan House of Representative 9th Karen Whitsett will provide ideas and prospective on how COVID – 19 affects our local municipalities by financing operating expenditures and infrastructure to stabilize communities. The goal of the Tel-Town Hall Free Conference are an important and convenient way to reach out to constituents in the 9th House District – especially during times like this. A telephone town hall is a live conference call where you and your neighbors can participate from your own home. save US jobs, accelerate the recovery process, and enhance municipal preparedness.
Join Dr. Mohammed Arsiwala, MD President and Medical Director of Michigan Urgent Care President of the Michigan State Medical Society, and Dr. Angela Roman, DNP, FNP – BC Family Nurse Practitioner RomanCare Health Services as they speak about COVID-19 and it’s impact on our government and community.
Dr. Angela Roman, DNP, FNP – BC Family Nurse Practitioner RomanCare Health Services
Dr. Mohammed Arsiwala, MD President and Medical Director of Michigan Urgent Care, President of the Michigan State Medical Society