Today: Zoom Into Town Hall On Solutions For Housing And Small Business

04/30/2020 in
Today: Zoom Into Town Hall On Solutions For Housing And Small Business

Brian Kavanagh, the New York State Senator for Lower Manhattan, is hosting a virtual town hall today, Thursday, April 30, at 7p. He will be featuring a number of experts to address questions constituents have been asking about small-business assistance and impacts on housing and homelessness in the wake of COVID-19.

The town hall will be streamed live via Zoom and Facebook Live, or you can dial in. You must register to attend. Links to the streaming video and dial-in information will be emailed out at least two hours before the event to those who have registered.

From 7p to 8p: “Issues Facing Renters, Homeowners and Homeless New Yorkers” will feature:

—Ellen Davidson, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society
—Joshua Goldfein, Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society

From 8p to 9p: “Assistance for Small Businesses” will feature:

—Gregg Bishop, Commissioner, NYC Department of Small Business Services
—Andrew Flamm, Regional Director, Pace Small Business Development Center

Translation will be available in Spanish, Mandarin and Cantonese.

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